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Rickie Fowler Spotted with Cobra’s New 3D Printed Lob Wedge at American Express Tournament

Cobra has been at the forefront of 3D printed golf equipment since 2018. Now, its newest 3D printed golf club, a 60 degree lob wedge, was recently spotted in Rickie…

U.S. Open Tennis Racket Design Brought to Life with Metal 3D Printing

All Design Lab recently partnered with Protolabs to create one of the most unique tennis rackets to date. The design is inspired by the original inhabitants of New York City…

Adidas Gifts Messi Custom Shoes in Custom 3D Printed Box

When Lionel Messi received his 8th Ballon d’Or nomination, Adidas wanted to gift him something special. However, the company didn’t just want its gift to be unique, but wanted the packaging…

KOLLIDE and LIGHT Helmets 3D Printed Tech Hope to Tackle NFL’s Concussion Problem

Arguably, the helmet is the most important piece of NFL equipment. It’s a player’s first line of defense, and the only thing stopping a 100+ G force collision going straight…

3D Printed Energy Harvesters Could Make Your Home More Sustainable

Have you ever thought about how much energy we waste during a day? We open doors, turn off lights, and close cabinets—and for what? For it to turn into motion…

Sauber Tech Adds AM Solutions S1 Machine to Post-Process 3D Printed Parts

Post-processing is an important step for any 3D printed part. It can have a large influence on final quality and can even affect mechanical properties. So, when large organizations additively…

Ducati and Roboze Renew 3D Printing Partnership for 2023 MotoGP Season

Ducati Corse, the racing division of Ducati, and Roboze, a leader in high-temperature extrusion 3D printing, announced the renewal of their partnership for the 2023 racing season. Eager to build…

Horrific “Potato Face” Toy Comes to Life with 3D Printing

3D printing and art are a match made in heaven. The technology has allowed artists to produce pieces impossible through traditional manufacturing and push the boundaries of their own creativity….

Tokyo Researchers Demonstrate Unaided Self-Folding 4D Printed Origami

A group from The University of Tokyo’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems recently published an article about their method to 4D print high resolution self-folding origami structures. Their…

NASA’s Latest Mission Centers Around 3D Printed Circuits

NASA recently highlighted a successful space mission exploring the capabilities of hybrid 3D printed electronic circuits for NASA’s spacecrafts. The launch flew on April, 25th, 2023 and was led by NASA’s…

Latest Submersible Watch from Panerai and Brabus Features 3D Printed Case

Panerai, a luxury watch brand, unveiled its new watch, the Submersible S Brabus eTitanio PAM01403, featuring a 3D printed watch case. The timepiece was produced in partnership with Brabus, a…

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The Many Ways F1 Teams Have Put 3D Printing into Motorsports

In a sport where speed, weight reduction, and development cycles are key, it’s no wonder why 3D printing and F1 get on like a house on fire. Each year, the…

BMW Patents Concept for 3D Printing Bucket Seats

BMW is no stranger to 3D printing. The company has incorporated the technology for over 30 years and stuns each time it reveals its latest concept. This time BMW has its…

Are 3D Printed Racket Dampeners the Future of Tennis?

Have you ever played tennis, looked down at your dampener, and thought, “Yeah—nah, this should be 3D printed!” Well, if you have, check out AMbelievable, a 3D printing startup out…

HueForge Allows Artists to Print Stunning Photos with a 3D Printer

3D printers should be used to make 3D objects right? Well, that’s if you only think inside the box. Some artists are forgoing the status quo and are now experimenting…

KASK Officially Introduces New Elemento Helmet with 3D Printed Technology

Since the emergence of additive manufacturing (AM), the cycling community has been one of its earliest adopters for end parts. We have seen everything from 3D printed helmets to 3D…

Conductive Elastic Ink 3D Prints Self-Supporting Structures

Researchers from the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) recently demonstrated a conductive elastic ink that can print self-supporting structures in any direction. This new ink uses an emulsion…

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Signs Three-Year 3D Printing Deal with Roboze

Roboze, an additive manufacturing (AM) leader in super polymers and composite materials, has entered a three-year technical collaboration with the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP team, beginning in 2023 and running…

World’s First 3D Printed Boxing Glove Released by Hayabusa

3D printing is becoming a mainstay in the sporting world, and the latest sport to join the revolution is boxing. Canadian company, Hayabusa, a global leader in combat equipment, recently…

TECHART Releases GTsteet R Flyweight with Weight-saving 3D Printed Seat Pads

TECHART, a premium international brand for high-quality custom Porsche vehicles, recently revealed its new GTstreet R Flyweight based on the Porsche 911 Turbo S. This car becomes the lightest division…

Snarr3D Introduces the First 3D Printed Golf Club Shaft

What started out as a class project could soon help golfers save a few strokes per round. Brothers and business partners, Patrick and Scott Snarr, have created Snarr3D, a golf…

GE Additive and Callaway’s 3D Printed Putter Heralds Sea Change in Sporting Goods

As golf giants Cobra and PING explore new ways to incorporate additive manufacturing (AM) into their production lines, it’s worth acknowledging that Callaway has been exploring the technology since at…

Bauer and EOS Bring 3D Printed Digital Foam Inserts to Hockey

American football isn’t the only sport benefiting from 3D printed helmets; ice hockey has joined the party, too. Bauer and EOS, leaders in ice hockey and additive manufacturing respectively, recently…

Virginia Tech Lab Builds an All-in-One 3D Printing Work Cell

What if there was a machine that could print any vehicle from scratch? Not just the chassis, but also the batteries, motors, and circuit boards in one go? Would a…