• Bastion Cycles Australia 2020

    When the 2020 Tokyo Olympics roll around, Australia’s cycling team will be mounted on some fairly high-tech bikes. Constructed in partnership with Australian bike brand Bastion, the bikes each feature a set of three 3D printed titanium components: the stems, Madison handlebars and cranksets. Bastion is arguably as well known…

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  • After nearly 80 years with minimal innovation, the foam industry is now employing 3D printing to produce products that are more comfortable, safer, lighter, and can be customized for each individual. Now EOS North America and its Additive Minds applied engineering team launched their Digital Foam program – a hub…

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  • Bastion Cycles metal AM in house

    In the cycling world, Australia-based company Bastion Cycles has been something of a beacon for additive manufacturing. Though not the first to 3D print bicycle parts, the company was one of the first to demonstrate how metal additive manufacturing could be used to produce functional components for commercial and customizable…

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  • Stratasys Performance Partner Program

    Stratasys has today launched its new Performance Partner Program, which will bring together teams and companies from across auto racing, competitive sailing and next-gen supersonic travel to advance additive manufacturing technologies and applications. The program’s partners include Team Penske, Andretti Autosports, McLaren Autosports, American Magic, Boom Supersonic and more. Stratasys…

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  • Cincinnati Inc Hendrick Motosports

    Cincinnati Incorporated, an Ohio-based machine equipment manufacturer, has signed a 10-year partnership agreement with NASCAR racing team Hendrick Motorsports. The agreement will see Cincinnatti Inc. become the 12-time NASCAR Cup Series champion’s official Metal Fabrication and Additive Equipment provider. The partnership, which begins this year and will run until the…

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  • Bauer GuardLab 3D mouthguard

    Sports technology company GuardLab Inc. has teamed up with hockey equipment manufacturer Bauer Hockey to bring to market a new line of 3D printed mouthguards. The protective gear, produced using 3D scanning and printing, will become available this month under the Bauer APEX and APEX Lite Mouthguard product series. Ice…

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  • Carbon fizik Adaptive saddle

    Just a week after Carbon unveiled an innovative 3D printed bike saddle made for American bicycle manufacturer Specialized, the digital manufacturing company has announced a new partnership with Italian cycling equipment producer fizik. The partnership, revealed today at Eurobike 2019, will see Carbon leverage its Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) technology…

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    Ogle Models, a UK-based model maker, showcased how 3D printing could be used to redesign and optimize a tennis handle. The handle was designed in partnership with Unstrung Customs, a European specialist in tennis rackets which was seeking a new and customizable way to produce the sporting equipment, and Skywide…

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  • CeramicSpeed DTI SLM Solutions

    Danish cycling company CeramicSpeed and a team from the Danish Technological Institute (DTI) have partnered to develop a new, higher performing pulley wheel made using SLM Solutions’ additive manufacturing technology. The part meets the demanding requirements of professional cycling with its lightweight and durability. Performance in professional cycling is influenced…

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  • Specialized Carbon 3D printed saddle

    3D printing company Carbon and American bicycle manufacturer Specialized are tackling the issue of uncomfortable bike seats with the help of 3D printing. Together, the companies are developing the “first digitally printed bike saddle” which is designed to improve not only comfort for the rider, but also performance and protection. The…

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