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Cycling, and additive manufacturing
At Nova, we are constantly developing new original products using new technologies and software.
Today is a quick overview of our first 3D printed Titanium Ti6Al4V stems and cranksets.
For the design of these new components, we used additive manufacturing, and it makes perfect sense. It makes it possible to provide technical solutions to a problem of masses and performance, but also in terms of design, let's not forget.
The aesthetic aspect is very important, we didn't want to do something standard you know us now.
We therefore sought the perfect balance between the aesthetic form we were looking for and the mechanical constraints in order to design the best product in our eyes and to offer an original/resistant component with a good driving feel.