In 2020, Cobra announced a partnership with HP and Parmatech to work on bringing 3D printing to golf club manufacturing. Cobra's new Radspeed Irons are the first fruits of that labor. They have a 3D-printed nylon medallion that uses a lattice structure to save weight and fine-tune feel, and also allows players to see the inside of the club. This, combined with radial weighting and a carbon fiber topline help optimize speed and forgiveness and lower CG. The same combination of radial weighting and carbon crown can be seen in the Radspeed Drivers and Fairway Woods; the entire lineup is available on February 12.