If someone asks me this question, my answer is: Yes, no.

The main difference is what kind of badminton you want to print.

If you need a plastic badminton, 3D printing can be printed.

And I have not seen the plastic substitute at the bottom of the elastic material.

But as a whole, you can use 3D printing to print. 

The feather on a real badminton is a fiber mesh structure.

This structure is currently not replicated in the laboratory.

Therefore, it is impossible to print with a 3D printer.