First Sports Mask 3D-printed in Black

Thanks to the manager of Crystal Palace Tony Pulis, we’ve made the first 3D-printed black sports mask. It will be worn from tomorrow by Crystal Palace’s Adrian Mariappa.

Mariappa has been wearing a Cavendish Imaging white mask over the last two weeks. Following his nose surgery on Tuesday by Mr Iain Hutchison of Barts & The London Hospitals, a new mask was in order: Pulis wanted it black if at all possible.

Cavendish Imaging has now a black 3D-printable material and this is the photo of the result. We look forward to seeing Mariappa wearing our first 3D-printed black sports mask on Monday at the last home game of the season!

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