Cobra Golf is new HP Metal Jet customer

June 4, 2020

HP Inc., Palo Alto, California, USA, has announced golf club manufacturing company Cobra Golf as a new customer for its Metal Jet Additive Manufacturing technology. The company selected HP’s Metal Jet Binder Jetting technology as it looks to leverage the benefits of sinter-based AM.

Cobra is said to be committed to advancing golf club technology, engineering first-of-their-kind clubs and equipment designed to elevate the sport. Cobra, HP, and HP’s Metal Jet Production Service partner Parmatech, are now said to be working together on a strategic, multi-year product roadmap that will leverage the design and manufacturing benefits of HP’s AM technologies to deliver golf equipment that enhances player performance and satisfaction.

“Cobra Golf strives to deliver high-performance products that help golfers of all levels play their best and enjoy the game,” stated Jose Miraflor, Vice President of Marketing, Cobra Golf. “To do that, it’s critical to use the most effective manufacturing processes to design, develop, and achieve optimal results.”

“To continue innovating and transforming the way equipment is manufactured, we are working with HP and Parmatech to take advantage of the benefits of Metal Jet,” he explained. “We are seeing immediate benefits including design freedom, rapid design iteration, and high quality parts that meet our economic demands.”

www.hp.com/go/3Dprinting

www.cobragolf.co.uk 

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