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Cobra/PUMA’s Sustainable Secret Weapon for Improving Golf Clubs

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Cobra/PUMA Golf’s team of engineers have harnessed the use of Additive manufacturing at production scale to improve the performance of their Putters and Irons. Join us to learn how the next generation of golf clubs take advantage of sustainable materials like PA11 in powder bed fusion to improve performance and give their customers a more custom feel. 3D printed lattice structures optimize weight distribution within their new putter chassis to deliver a high MOI design for enhanced stability and roll performance. 3D Printed also enabled a breakthrough in radial weighting technology with the first 3D printed iron medallions, creating their fastest, most stable, and technologically advanced irons to date.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the process of launching additively manufactured components in sporting
  • Describe the steps required to evaluate, adopt, and scale additive manufacturing for products sold to consumers.
  • Adopt the process used by COBRA/PUMA to evaluate material, printing technology, service bureau selection, and launch more AM parts for consumers AND celebrate a win for the industry.