There are several long-established ways to manufacture retail golf clubs, such as casting, forging and milling. 3D Printing golf clubs, though, is a new-fashioned technique.
Two years ago, Cobra teamed up with HP , a printer company, and Parmatech, a company with expertise in powder metallurgy, to begin developing a putter that would be manufactured using HP’s 3D printing Metal Jet technology. Now, two years later, that putter has arrived. Cobra’s new, limited-edition King Supersport-35 putters have fully 3D printed metal bodies. The company says the entire putter body is 3D printed using a 316 stainless steel mixture that’s heated at high temperatures to form the final shape.
“To continue innovating and transforming the way equipment is manufactured, we worked with HP and Parmatech to take advantage of the benefits of Metal Jet technology,” said Jose Miraflor, Vice President of Marketing at Cobra, in a press release. […]
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