Silca Expands Its New Titanium–3D–printed Derailleur Hanger Models

After selling out, Silca’s High-demand Titanium–3D–printed Derailleur Hanger is Back in Stock

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Indianapolis / Amsterdam – 30/01/2024 – After its successful launch in 2023, where both regular customers and World Tour teams caused the products to sell out quickly, Silca now has the models back in stock, increasing options in the fitting chart and including the well-demanded traditional hanger for SRAM and non Direct Mount setups.

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This product has already won Tour de France stages and resisted crashes, the ultimate sign-off by any pro cyclist and team, and professional teams have been buying by the dozens since its creation.

We're very honored by how both professionals and cycling enthusiasts have welcomed this product. What we thought would be a one-off  WorldTour Team request for a lighter/stiffer hanger grew into amazing demand from the market once it was out there.  This turned out to be such a perfect product for 3D printing with nearly unlimited design freedom and the ability to make nearly any quantity without constraints to machine setup or tooling.  As a result, we’ve been able to quickly adapt to customer demand, adding new models and fitments almost weekly, and now we just have to keep up with demand, which has been unexpectedly high worldwide! Josh Poertner, CEO at Silca

In fact, this project was initiated by WorldTour teams, who have been making custom hangers from steel or higher-grade aluminum alloys for years in an attempt to improve durability and shifting performance.  Modern electronic derailleurs shift so fast and with such force that conventional hangers made from low-grade aluminum plates will flex up to 4 degrees during a shift, resulting in less precise, noisier, and slower shifting.  Traditional hangers also bend easily, even in minor incidents, resulting in unnecessary bike changes and additional workload for mechanics.

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SILCA 3DP Hangers can be aligned by hand and are designed with an internal fracture notch, which allows the hanger to fracture and bend below the point of damage for the carbon frame to eliminate the risk of frame damage under the hardest impacts.

SILCA 3DP Hangers will be offered now in 20 different versions that cover 9 of the top bike manufacturers as well as UDH and UDH direct mount.

Here are the new #200 series models available, all for SRAM derailleurs when mounted on the following manufacturers:

  • CANNONDALE # 201
  • CERVELO # 202
  • FACTOR # 203
  • GIANT # 204
  • SCOTT # 206
  • TREK # 207
  • CANYON # 208
  • PINARELLO # 209

The full list of available models will stay as follows:

  1. CANNONDALE # 101
  2. CERVELO # 102
  3. FACTOR # 103
  4. GIANT # 104
  5. SPECIALIZED # 105
  6. SCOTT # 106
  7. TREK # 107
  8. CANYON # 108
  9. PINARELLO # 109
  10. CANNONDALE # 201
  11. CERVELO # 202
  12. FACTOR # 203
  13. GIANT # 204
  14. SPECIALIZED # 205
  15. SCOTT # 206
  16. TREK # 207
  17. CANYON # 208
  18. PINARELLO # 209
  19. UDH
  20. UDH DM


SILCA was founded in 1917 by Felice Sacchi outside of Milan, Italy and was well-known for the first company to put gauges on pumps, the first to produce a true ‘high-pressure’ frame pump and the first to work with revolutionary lightweight material plastic after the end of WWII, and later the first to bring CO2 to roadside inflation. Today SILCA is located in Indianapolis, IN where it continues to build iconic products that utilize the finest materials and craftsmanship available while pushing technological boundaries by leveraging the most modern engineering and manufacturing practices and materials.

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