Which NFL players are 3d-printing?
A 3D-printed jersey, which the NFL is offering to players in exchange for their jersey numbers, was a surprise addition to the league’s 2017 season, but a player’s first 3D print will be used for the next two seasons.
According to NFL Network, players are required to keep their jerseys clean, durable and ready for wear, which includes being able to print and wear them again.
The new technology was initially spotted in the form of a plastic bag used to store footballs during the NFL’s first season, and NFL.com notes that the plastic bag has since been recycled.
The bag has also been used to make a pair of helmets, which were printed with the new technology.
The bags were also used to create a pair in the first year of the new design, and the new plastic-bag design has since spread across the league.
A 2-ton metal object that was 3D printed at the University of Missouri’s Print-On-Demand Lab is now used as a helmet by the NFL.
The metal object was printed with a 3D printer, and was 3-D printed to make the front and back of the helmet.
The NFL said the metal object will be placed on a custom-built 3D scanner and then placed onto the helmet in the same way a helmet was made, with a plastic material being used as the helmet cover.
The team says the helmet will come in at least two different colors, and a black one will be available in 2017.
“With this technology, players can now make their first professional-grade 3D design in the comfort of their own home, while also helping to shape the future of sports apparel and technology,” the team said in a statement.
The technology was developed by the University, Missouri, Print-on-Demand Technology Lab, which has been used by teams in the NFL and NCAA.
It has already been used for a pair that were printed on the sidelines at the NFL season opener last year.
The league is also offering the technology to players who are on the practice squad, and it is being used by players on the active roster as well.
The helmet is being printed by the 3D printing company Shapeways.