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Review: Golfing with Cobra’s LIMIT3D, the First Commercially Available 3D Printed Iron

While we’ve seen the likes of Rickie Fowler and Bryson DeChambeau tout 3D printed clubs at such high-profile events as the American Express and Augusta National, it wasn’t until May that Puma…

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Printing a Better Game: 3D Printing and the Evolution of Golf Equipment

The governing bodies of professional golf — the R&A and USGA — have finally dropped the widely expected news that testing conditions for golf ball conformation will change, rendering nearly…

Bryson DeChambeau Lobs New Brand Avonda into the Green with 3D Printed Golf Clubs

Scottie Scheffler won the Masters, but Bryson DeChambeau also made an impressive showing, demonstrating remarkable skills that led him to a tied-for-sixth-place finish. Known as “the Scientist” for his exhaustive…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: 3D Printed Golf Clubs, an India Made SLS Printer, MIT Liquid Metal and a Vietnamese Trauma Implant

After Cobra’s King putters, the firm now has a line of 8 clubs that use MJF binder jet. The Agera and others have different sized insets and cost $349. The…

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…

Golf Pro Rickie Fowler Swings a Custom 3D Printed Golf Club

In a round up article, we looked at all of the developments in 3D printed golf clubs. On the whole, there have been a lot of initiatives and press releases,…

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TaylorMade Uses Formlabs to Prototype Better Golf Clubs with 3D Printing

Golf company TaylorMade extensively used Formlabs machines to prototype a better golf club. The company’s work illustrates a few key emerging trends: that desktop machines could partially displace services, that…

3D Printing News Briefs: October 16, 2018

We’re starting with some business news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, including stories about a new 3D printer, an anniversary, and a 3D printing investment. Cincinnati Incorporated has launched…

3D Printing Golf Clubs and Equipment

Golf is a popular sport in corporate America and adds about $70 billion dollars a year to the American economy. Companies are always testing new products that will catch the…

Coming Soon to CES 2017: 3D Printed Smart Golf Club Coaches You On Your Swing

Perfecting one’s golf swing is no easy task, or so I’m told. I’m not a golfer myself, unless you count miniature golf, and I’m pretty miserable at that, too. After…

CRP Group and Krone Golf Complete Case Study of the KD-1 3D Printed Golf Driver

3D printing has brought major innovation to the sports world more than once over the last year, including these 3D printed shin guards, 3D printed football helmets, and this pair of 3D…

Golf Equipment Manufacturer Ping Introduces Golf’s First 3D-Printed Putter

On the heels of the United States Golf Association’s (USGA) announcement that it will adopt Rule 14-1b, a rule that forbids golfers to anchor their clubs–primarily putters–when making a stroke…