Airwolf 3D Unveils Modern Adhesive Solution-Wolfbite MEGA

By CIOReview | Monday, August 3, 2015

COSTA MESA, CA:  Airwolf 3D, a designer and manufacturer of 3D printers and 3D printing peripherals has come up with Wolfbite MEGA to bond PC and PC-ABS (Polycarbonate and Polycarbonate-Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) to enhance smooth release of objects after printing.

The adhesion formula strongly bonds PC and PC-ABS parts with their heated glass or ceramic print beds. Traditionally users experienced difficulties in resisting polycarbonate materials adhere to print beds. It resulted in lifting around the edges of a print, commonly known as ‘Warpage’ industry, for which makers were resistant to 3D print small objects. It gets virtually eliminated with Wolfbite MEGA, where users can bond multiple projects to their glass plate and cleanly release the object when the plates cool down and losses its grip.

The superior tensional and flexural strength characteristics make PC and PC-ABS the preferred 3D printed materials helping it to release vapor polished objects. It also features resistance to heat and shrinkage making it more appealing.

“We’re extremely proud to have developed the first solution capable of effectively bonding polycarbonate to glass and ceramic build surfaces,” said Erick Wolf, co-founder, Airwolf 3D. “Users will see a notable difference in the output of their 3D printed projects when using Wolfbite MEGA.”

Wolfbite MEGA is applied with a simple spread over the print bed with the foam brush provided. One coat of it is enough to ensure proper adhesion between Polycarbonate/PC-ABS parts and the glass or ceramic print bed for multiple prints. Each 2 oz. bottle of it MEGA provides enough adhesive power to last for a minimum of 100 prints.