If you are a golf lover and you like to practice this sport, you will surely meet the French company Grismont, which has just surprised locals and strangers with the presentation of three new clubs called Cés, Air and Ori, models that, without a doubt, are in that fine line that separates authentic luxury in terms of equipment is concerned from a true artistic creation.
As announced by the French company, these golf clubs have been developed in collaboration with the artists Pierre-Yves Jacques y Linlin And, how could it be otherwise, once they hit the market they will do so in a limited edition. As you have commented Clément Pouget-Ormont, mind behind this idea:
Grismont plans to create more special and limited editions of its golf clubs.
The idea behind Grismont to make golf clubs by 3D printing occurred to me two years ago. I was fascinated by this technology and seeing people making custom objects themselves, I asked myself why not make my own golf clubs by XNUMXD printing.
So I went to meet professionals from this sport and from additive manufacturing to validate this idea both technically and economically. Given the precision of the first manufactured club heads and the possibilities offered by 3D printing, I decided to create a brand of personalized golf clubs next.
How could it be otherwise, each golf club is unique and has been completely custom-developed. Each unit is initially manufactured in the traditional way by artisans such as Jean Michel Quéva, one of the most reputable manufacturers in all of France, for later and through 3D printing cut the back of the iron where the artists Pierre-Yves and Linlin come into play making these sticks true works of art.