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Faster. Higher. Stronger.
The 2021 Olympic Games may be over. However, beneath the gallantry of the games is a patchwork of big and small engineering feats.
Faster. Higher. Stronger.
The 2021 Olympic Games may be over. However, beneath the gallantry of the games is a patchwork of big and small engineering feats.
Fast Radius and Rawlings Partner to Make Baseball Glove
Fast Radius, pairing cloud manufacturing with the Carbon DLS process, manufactures new Rawlings glove parts at scale to give players playability across the field, companies report.
Aerodynamics of U.S. Luge Sleds Will Lead to Innovative Vehicle Design
NSF-awarded grant to improve the performance of the aerodynamics of luge sleds used by U.S. athletes in national and international competitions.
Team Penske and Stratasys Extend Technical Partnership
Team Penske has expanded its use of Fused Deposition Modeling and PolyJet Technologies for prototyping, tooling, fixturing and end-use parts in cars and pit equipment.
A Diamond-Studded Football Helmet
No two football players are alike in their style and strategy, according to Carbon and Riddell.
Major League Adjustments
Innovation still continues in the sporting world; this field is somewhat unique as it's an intimate mesh of physics, engineering and biology.


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