Lefty Slider - 3DP Prototype - Heel Shaft

This is our first 3D printed mallet prototype, and it features the same head shape as our best-selling Slider milled model.  But by utilizing 3D printing and our multi-material construction approach we were able to pack this putter with aluminum and tungsten and increase the MOI by 16% over its solid-steel milled siblings.

The surface texture of the 3D printed steel/bronze body is uniquely rough with visible 3D printing layer lines, which are in sharp contrast to the mirror-polished and sharp-grooved photochemically milled steel face insert.  In fact, the layer lines on this putter are the most stark and elegant looking of any prototype we've yet created.  It is unmistakably unique and tends to prompt responses of curiosity and amazement when people first see it.  It's a real stunner.

The feel of this putter is amazingly soft for an all-metal putter, with its multi-material construction and use of soft aluminum behind the steel striking face.

While not as massive in its MOI as some of our other head shapes, this putter is more forgiving than any other mallet on the market with this blade width that we're aware of.  For players with an eye for a mid-mallet, this putter is as forgiving as they come.

   MOI: 3900 g-cm^2
   Headweight: 359 grams
   Loft: 3°
   Lie Angle: 71°
   Offset: 1 shaft
   Toe-Hang: 3:30
   Materials: 420 stainless steel/bronze, tungsten, aluminum
   Finish: Nickel Plated
   Manufacturing:
     Steel/Bronze body: 3D printed with Binder Jet technology
     Steel face and cavity inserts: photochemically milled
     Aluminum and tungsten: CNC machine cut

Multi-Material Construction

3D printing allows us to push the limits of what's possible in putter design.  Our multi-material construction approach maximizes the benefits of this new technology to create the most forgiving putters while maintaining traditional sizes and shapes.

While none of it is visible from the outside of this putter, the inside is packed with both aluminum and tungsten.  Why do we use aluminum?  Because it's strong and light.  By employing aluminum in the center of the putter we can strip weight away from where we don't want it and redistribute it to where we do.  And with softer aluminum behind the photochemically milled steel face insert, our putters have an amazingly soft feel at impact.

This putter incorporates a massive 91g of tungsten.  Why tungsten?   Because it's the densest, heaviest commonly available metal.  And by placing it strategically in the toe and heel we boost the MOI and forgiveness of our putters well beyond what is possible in a pure steel putter.



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