New Balance Launches New 3D Printing Platform With the 990 Sport TripleCell



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Today New Balance reveals its new 3D printing platform called TripleCell, produced with innovation from Formlabs. TripleCell provides New Balance tennis shoes with traditional performance cushioning elements, beginning with the 990 Sport and followed by the FuelCell Echo.

New Balance and Formlabs, a Massachusetts-based leader in 3D printing systems, revealed their partnership back in2017 Together they are developing high performance materials, hardware, and a production procedure for athletic shoes. Their collaborative efforts have actually resulted in the development of Rebound Resin, which itself produces springy, resistant lattice structures with resilience, dependability, and longevity.

New Balance introduces the TripleCell platform with the 990 Sport, including TripleCell technology in the heel. As a followup, the FuelCell Echo invites TripleCell in the forefoot. The 990 Sport is offered beginning today for $185, prior to the release of the FuelCell Echo on September 15 for $175

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