Cobra's KING MIM Wedge is the first to feature a fully metal injection molded (MIM) head construction.
Metal Injection Molding (MIM) is a highly precise manufacturing process that is used to create detailed and intricate shapes. While it has previously been used to create smaller shapes like tungsten weights in golf clubs, we are the first company to utilize MIM to create an entire golf club head. Unlike castings and forgings, MIM produces a nearly perfect head shape that requires minimal post-process and no hand polishing for a more precise wedge with incredibly soft feel.
Each wedge face is precision milled to deliver exact specifications for maximum performance. A circular milling pattern optimizes roughness, and creates sharper groove edges to maximize spin across the face. Distinct groove shapes feature narrower, deeper grooves in the low lofts (50°-54°), and wider, shallower grooves in the higher lofts (56°-60°) to optimize spin on every shot.
A New Innovation In Manufacturing MIM (Metal Injection Molding) introduces a revolutionary advancement in wedge construction, and paves the way for the future of wedge technology and manufacturing.
Hotter Than Forging During the sintering process, the head is heated to a hotter temperature than forgings and closer to the melting point. A higher temperature is key to creating a uniform grain structure that enhances feel.
Smooth Grain Flow Comparing the grain structures of cast and forged metals, MIM consistently produces smaller and more evenly-spaced voids (holes) in the metal, resulting in softer feel.
CNC Milled Face Each wedge face is precision milled to deliver exact specifications for maximum performance. A circular milling pattern optimizes roughness, and creates sharper groove edges to maximize spin across the face.