3D printed functional lacrosse stick head by university students for actual in-game use

June 13, 2015

By Eddie Krassenstein via 3DPrint.com

When it comes to functionality, 3D printing is really beginning to make great progress. A technology which was once used solely for prototyping parts is beginning to gain traction in producing custom end-use products as well. For some students at the University, 3D printing provided the means for quite the unique project.

In particular, one 3rd year MEng Mechanical Engineering student at the university, named Duncan Potts, was in charge of running a project which looked to 3D print lacrosse stick heads for the school’s lacrosse team.

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