Top 5 Must-Watch Videos: Cobra Puma Golf Explores Additive Manufacturing in Consumer Goods

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Welcome to our compilation of this week’s most compelling 3D printing highlights. We kick off this week’s edition with our very own video featuring Cobra Puma Golf, showcasing how the company uses additive manufacturing to produce consumer goods. Additionally, Ryan Roach, Director of Innovation, speaks on the importance of events like RAPID + TCT 2024, and how they serve to benefit the industry. Next up, Tim Lankau, CEO of Hive 3D, gives a detailed tour of an entirely constructed 3D printed house near Brenham, Texas. Moving forward, Audi Sport demonstrates its advanced design and manufacturing capabilities using 3D printing technology, specifically Ultimaker S series printers and Trinckle’s Fixturemate software. Next, Chris Borge showcases his next project, which is to create a precise and powerful drill press inspired by watchmaking tools. And lastly, we finish with another video from the 3Dnatives team, outlining the importance of ADDITIV medical France while providing an overview of the event and insights from its speakers. Let’s get started!

Top 1: Cobra Puma Golf Talks Using AM in Consumer Goods

First, we present our very own video showcasing the innovative work done by Cobra Puma Golf, a company dedicated to creating golf equipment through 3D printing. We spoke with Ryan Roach, Director of Innovation, to learn more about their use of additive manufacturing in consumer goods and the importance of events like RAPID to grow the industry.

Top 2: Inside Look at Move-In Ready 3D Printed House

Next up, Tim Lankau, CEO of Hive 3D, gives a detailed tour of a fully constructed 3D printed house near Brenham, Texas. This impressive 3150 square foot home showcases thick, monolithic walls filled with foamcrete for durability and insulation. Tim highlights special design features like integrated gutter notches and custom parametric wall designs achieved through 3D printing. He also discusses affordability compared to traditional homes in the area, emphasizing the potential for future projects in Houston.

Top 3: Audi Sport Turns to Trinckle’s Fixturemate Software

Moving forward, Audi Sport demonstrates its advanced design and manufacturing capabilities using 3D printing technology, specifically Ultimaker S series printers and Trinckle’s Fixturemate software. This combination enables Audi to produce intricate tools and components in-house within minutes rather than weeks, a significant improvement from traditional manufacturing timelines that could take months or longer.

Top 4: 3D Printing a Sensitive Drill Press

In this video, Chris Borge, a 3D printing enthusiast from Australia, showcases his next project: creating a precise and powerful drill press inspired by watchmaking tools. Starting with 3D-printed parts and concrete casting for stability, Chris carefully assembles the drill press, highlighting modifications and challenges along the way, such as cutting a metal table and integrating a temporary motor setup. The result is a drill demonstrating impressive accuracy and enhanced capability for delicate tasks.

Top 5: ADDITIV medical France

We finish this week with another video from the 3Dnatives team, showcasing the fourth edition of AdditivemedicalFrance. This event, which was held virtually on May 28th and in-person at 3D Print Lyon on June 5th, was an invaluable platform for fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange in the rapidly evolving field of 3D printing for healthcare. Below, we reveal insights from speakers and participants of the event on the impact and the future of 3D printing in medicine.

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