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Snowboard core made from the 3D printer: How CIME is changing the winter sports

Written by David

September 11, 2018

ISPO Award Product of the Year, Snowsports Segment: FUS3D Technology With its FUS3D technology, CIME Industries brings 3D printing to the mass production of snowboards. In our interview, founder and CEO Antoine Postaire explains why the synthetic core helps boarders and brands. CIME’s FUS3D Technology is used in CAPITA boards. “This could change the construction of snowboards and skis in the long term.” Nothing less expects Tom Wilson-North, member of ISPO Award Jury, of the FUS3D Technology from CIME Industries and CAPITA, which was awarded Product of the Year in the Snowsports segment at ISPO Award 2018. The technology combines 3D printing and winter sports. The wooden core of the board is connected to a tailor-made thermoplastic side panel, which is not only recyclable and therefore particularly sustainable, but also protects the sensitive core and absorbs board vibrations. The result: More powder fun, even more environmentally friendly. The process […]

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