Formlabs White Paper

How New Balance Uses 3D Printing to Manufacture Custom Products at Scale

Why you should download

Growing demand for mass customization is driving more brands to invest in in-house 3D printing. New Balance already uses 3D printing to produce thousands of prototypes each year, but wanted to take the next step into production of 3D printed end-use parts.

To bring this vision to life, New Balance partnered with Formlabs to develop TripleCell: a premium technology platform powered by Formlabs stereolithography (SLA) 3D printers and a completely new material, Rebound Resin. Download the case study to learn more about the materials and 3D printing workflow collaboration that has put New Balance in a position to lead advanced footwear manufacturing, and get inspiration for how other companies can find similar opportunities in their own industries.

Read this case study to learn:
  • How Formlabs helped enable New Balance’s organizational shift to in-house, US-based additive manufacturing
  • How Rebound Resin was developed for New Balance’s specific needs, withstanding the necessary manufacturing processes, prolonged end-use in the real world, and performance beyond what’s possible with foam
  • New Balance’s plans to grow in-house custom manufacturing with Formlabs 3D printers

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