Rawlings Uses 3D Printing to Produce New Baseball Glove

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Rawling’s newest baseball glove, the REV1X, features 3D-printed lattice inserts. According to Rawlings, this “first-of-its kind glove uses an intricate lattice design in the pinky and thumb inserts made using the Carbon Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) 3D printing process. The company claims these inserts don’t wear out as easily as traditional materials and “therefore provide unmatched playability and improved ball handling on the field.”

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