The Olympics is almost over, having brought many stories of 3D printed sporting goods to the public eye. But the world of sports is just getting warmed up with additive manufacturing, as this latest 3D printed offering has demonstrated.
Baseball gloves have remained fairly unchanged since their invention way back when. They have one job, and that is to allow the ball to be caught by the player without breaking their hand.
To breathe a bit of innovative life into the traditional baseball glove, cloud manufacturing company Fast Radius has teamed up with American sporting goods manufacturer Rawlins and Carbon to bring a new glove design to the public.