Anycubic sponsors the T°Red’s Olympic Cycling Falcon Project

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T°Red's Olympic Cycling Falcon project for 3D printed bikes
Above: Olympic Cycling Falcon project for 3D printed bikes/Source: Anycubic

Anycubic, a leading 3D printer manufacturer, recently sponsored the T°Red’s Olympic Cycling Falcon project with its Kobra Max 3D printer. This collaboration displayed 3D printing’s advantage in prototyping and definitive production in the cycling field.

The Olympic Cycling Falcon Project is a new project directly related to the Paris 2024 Olympics and promises to change how the bicycle is intended for athletes entirely. It included the work on research and development of new materials, new production techniques, new design, and the design of exclusive parts and components. T°Red presents this project in the live broadcast at the Cariplo Factory in Milan on May 9, 2022. In the press presentation, the T°Red team also introduced one of the Falcon’s contributors Anycubic Kobra Max 3D printer.

T°Red’s Olympic Cycling Falcon Project

Above: Anycubic Kobra Max contributes the T°Red’s Olympic Cycling Falcon project/Source: Anycubic

According to T°Red’s team’s information, Additive is for T°RED BIKES’ way to do things more dedicatedly and customise every detail for each cyclist and athlete. Currently, T°Red’s laboratories mainly use consumer desktop FDM 3D printers such as Anycubic’s Chiron and other brands’ 3D printers, and these printers have an excellent yield for the models they make.

To meet the team’s requirement of extending the use of rapid prototyping to commonly standard parts, the T°Red team moved to Anycubic Kobra Max. This machine could enable them to try up to 5-6 prototypes and help them find the best custom solution for each passionate athlete.

“What fascinates me about this 3D-printed bike is that it has been the way to see, test, and try many different solutions. For some parts that need a larger printer to be printed, the Kobra Max has been the perfect choice to quickly create the particulars in our labs. After development and test in our laboratory and in the wind tunnel, we could print out the final parts in metal additive manufacturing (Scalmalloy® or Titanium). For us, it is essential to use rapid tools, the automatic printed calibration system. for example, it allows you to be immediately operational and have precision in executing even substantial pieces.”

– Romolo Stanco, one of the most innovative and “technological” designers and scientists in Europe and also the designer of the T°Red’s bike team

The use of the Kobra Max 3D printer in the T°Red’s Olympic Cycling Falcon Project demonstrated that 3D printers are changing the cycling Industry through different types such as components, gear, and saddles. With the help of 3D printers, users could unleash their creativity and designs, thus breeding innovation in the cycling field. In addition, 3D printers could also help users do sustainable projects and customise exclusive products in the production process.

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