More 3D Printed Parts from Raceware Direct – Titanium (!!!) Stem, Disc Wheel Covers
Following their 3D printed Garmin cycling computer mount, Raceware Direct just sent us these photos of a prototype 3D printed titanium stem that one of their reps, Martyn Harris, says he’ll be racing on his bike at the Track World Masters in Manchester next month. This isn’t the first printed titanium part for bikes, Charge Bikes recently showed off their very limited edition 3D printed ti dropouts, but Harris says this is the first printed ti stem he’s aware of. We’re gather more details on it and will update the post as we get them.
In the meantime, he’s got some nifty printed nylon valve hole covers for disc wheels with a built in magnet for cycling computers…
He’s also working on an iPhone mount that’ll use the same style quick release as the Garmin cycling computers, making removal and installation quick and easy.