HP announces 3D printed putter in partnership with Cobra Golf

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HP’s additive manufacturing division and Cobra Golf has partnered to create the KING Supersport-35 putter. This putter, two years in the making, was a collaborative effort to produce a 3D-printed golf club with exceptional balance and ideal blade shape. The club sports a metal lattice structure to optimize weight distribution along the body and the blade is designed to deliver the highest-possible MOI. The KING Supersport-35 also features a face insert designed in partnership with SIK Golf, which uses SIK’s patented Descending Loft Technology (DLT) to create the most consistent and accurate roll on every putt.
Reinvention plays a crucial part in innovation and COBRA’s LE 3D-printed Supersport-35 Putter represents a revolutionary advancement in the way golf clubs are designed and manufactured. Born out of a forward-thinking philosophy, COBRA selected HP as its partner to pioneer 3D printing in golf due to the advantages that their Metal Jet Technology presented over traditional manufacturing and other 3D printing methods.  With its quicker processing time, and greater design adaptability, our engineers were able to design, prototype, and test multiple iterations and bring the product to market much faster than traditional manufacturing methods. COBRA and HP began working together in …

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