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Titanum Pedals: Clipless. 3D printed Ti. Aerospace Inspired.

A project in Hamburg, Germany by Titanum GmbH
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Clipless Pedals Evolved: Better Stability & Ergonomics yet Durable & Lightweight. 3D Printed Titanium for Road & Mountain Bikes.
Backers: 176
Average Pledge Per Backer: €336

Funded: €59,173 of €24,700
Dates: Mar 23rd -> Apr 27th (36 days)
Project By: Titanum GmbH
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Latest News

Object of Desire: Titanum MyTi 3D-printed titanium pedals

April 30th - via: cyclingnews.com
The rise of the 3D printer has heralded a new dawn for the cycling industry. Companies are now able to conceptualise and manufacture products at lightning speed while cutting costs, ensuring consistency and quality levels are maintained across the board. There are many other companies also exploring a similar route, such as German firm Titanum and its recently unveiled MyTi 3D-printed titanium pedals. (Read More)

MyTi Pedals appear on the horizon - 1 final week to go!

April 20th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Folks,  with only 1 week to go, we're eyeing towards the end of our Kickstarter campaign.   There are still a few early bird & special offer packages available, so make sure you grabbed yours!  Beside that, if you haven't followed our... (Read More)

Free colors on the way!!!

April 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear bike lovers, backers and those who want to become one, we are very happy to see the growing number of backers to Titanum and  the MyTi pedals. Great! As a little incentive, we offer to color your Titanium axles for FREE, when we reach the magic... (Read More)

Titanum launches its novel 3D printed bike pedal on Kickstarter

March 30th - via: 3dprintingindustry.com
3D printing technology developer Headmade Materials has partnered with 3D printing service bureau Element22 to develop a novel 3D printed bike pedal design. Dubbed MyTi, the clipless titanium pedals were prototyped using Cold Metal Fusion (CMF), Headmade Materials’ proprietary take on the metal SLS 3D printing process. Set to launch this summer under the joint Titanum brand, the pedals are now available for backing on Kickstarter, and have already passed their pledge goal of €24,700 ($29,000). (Read More)

FAQ and Update on the Shipping List

March 26th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Folks,  again, thank you very much for your strong support for our MyTi pedal throughout the first days of our campaign. It means  a lot to us. Reaching the funding goal in less than 3 days was only possible thanks to you! In this time, we were... (Read More)

Project founded! First Milestone reached!

March 25th - via: kickstarter.com
Yee-haw, we are very happy that we can start as planned! Thanks to you! Now we´ll continue working hard to get the MyTi Pedals on the street and trails! We are able to produce more than 1.000 sets in the first batch so let´s invite as many bike... (Read More)

Thank you so much for backing us and giving us a good start!

March 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Folks, thanks to all your support so far!  Good News: Kickstarter likes us as well ;) A short update on the project: The MyTi prototypes are still running well in our continous testing.  We´ll finish the design of the different versions of... (Read More)

3D-printed titanium pedals are claimed to be better, stronger, lighter

March 23rd - via: newatlas.com
Manufactured by German startup Titanum – and invented by cyclist/engineer Rico de Wert – each MyTi pedal features a Ti6Al4V titanium body that's 3D printed in one solid piece. A sintering process is used, in a which a laser selectively melts titanium powder, building objects up from the bottom one layer at a time. (Read More)

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