3D printing growth in sporting goods

What is driving the demand for additive manufacturing in the sporting goods marketspace? Let’s look to the supply chain and trends in additive manufacturing for some answers.

Glen Mason, manager of advanced innovation and industrialization at DeMarini, a division of Wilson Sporting Goods and Lasse Staal, business development director of Nexa3D, spoke with Sharon Spielman, technical editor of Machine Design, about additive manufacturing for the sporting goods space. 

In this first of a five-part series, we learn a bit about Mason and Staal, their roles at their respective companies and about Nexa3D’s acquisition of Addifab, which intensified the collaboration of 3D printing and tooling for these two suppliers.

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