Titomic, Australian company, which manufactures complex parts without shape or size constraints using 3D metal printing, just entered in a 12-month collaborative agreement with the manufacturer of golf clubs.

Until today, this is the first time that we read that additive manufacturing will be integrated in the manufacturing process of equipment of this discipline. Runners, basketball players, and even volleyball players already see their working material (shoes) improved with AM.

It should be noted that Callaway’s golf equipment and golf lifestyle-related products are available in more than 70 countries worldwide. With this new collaboration, Titomic will additively manufacture novel products of the company. The question is, could we expect a mass production to cover all these countries? Future will tell us.

Credit: Callaway

For now, Jeff Lang, CEO & CTO of Titomic shares his excitement regarding this agreement: “We are very pleased to announce this collaborative agreement with the world’s largest golf club manufacturer. This agreement establishes a strategic alliance with the intention of incorporating our Titomic Kinetic Fusion additive manufacturing process into the manufacturing of golfing accessories and will be carried out at our new state of the art Melbourne facility which houses the world’s largest 3D metal printer.

Image credit: Titomic

So, geeks and Golf lovers would certainly look forward to seeing Callaway’s new products.


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