High-performance golf club design for additive manufacturing
Published on November 9, 2020
Golf club designers can take advantage of Additive Manufacturing to reach new levels of performance. Metal 3D printing overcomes many of the limitations of traditional manufacturing, but it needs to be combined with the right design tools to unlock its full potential.
In this nTop Live, Gabrielle Thelen, Application Engineer at nTop, shows you how to explore new golf club designs in nTop. She then explains how to use lattice structures and surface textures to optimize the performance of your designs.
Watch and learn how to:
- Customize a club to adapt it to specific preferences and needs of each player
- Adjust the impact characteristics of the golf club head using latticing and lightweighting
- Streamline your prototyping efforts to test new ideas in practice
Access the files used in this recording here.
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