The World’s First 3D-Printed Snowboard by Signal Snowboards

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

3D printing has become all the rage over the past year or so, and companies are looking to push the limits on 3D printing with concepts like this 3D Printed Snowboard.

Signal Snowboards has teamed up with technology company GROWit to print the first ever, fully functional snowboard. The two brands used a carbon mixture to print the board, which came out of the printers layer by layer, and the layers were later applied to one another to create the final product. The video below shows the process in a step by step format, and it’s truly incredible to see just how far the technology has come in such a short amount of time, and we imagine 3D printing could become extremely mainstream in the years to come.

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