Sports & 3D Printing
Do you love challenging outdoor sports? Now you can share your enthusiasm by taking videos from above with the AirDog and AirLeash. This 3D printed set, comprised of a drone and a tracking device, was created by Helico Aerospace Industries and follows your every move! Don't miss our latest blog post for the full story. @Airdog team
Nike Uses 3D Printing in its 2014 Summer Football Equipment Collection
App snaps your feet to get 3D printed ski boot insoles
Are you watching the Olympics? The thrilling pursuit of medals in bobsled represents a series of finely calibrated engineering decisions combined with top physical conditioning. Find out how 3D printing played a part in revamping bobsled design to make champions!
Nearly unlimited prototyping with 3D printing has allowed Giant Bicycles to create the best possible seat for its bikes, one iteration at a time! "3D Printing allows us to hone in the precise shape and performance in the final product that will offer our customers a more comfortable and confident ride."
Watch a Stratasys 3D printer in action, creating customized fins for a stand up paddle surfing board! (Collin Kobayashi, president of 3D Innovations, LLC, is a stand up paddle surfing enthusiast.) Yet another sport on the cusp of change thanks to 3D printing.
Trek Bicycle was founded with the goal of building the best bikes in the world. Today, rapid prototyping on their Stratasys Objet Connex multi-material 3D Printer allows them to create breakthrough designs previously unavailable through traditional manufacturing techniques – and in a fraction of the time.