NewsBeat: 3D Printed Violin Ready To Drop A Tune

From ubergizmo.com:

3D printing seems to be in the news as of late, and apart from obvious hobbyist escapades and medical purposes, you can also make use of 3D printing to roll out something totally different – case in point, this 3D printed violin that costs approximately $12 of capital to churn out, where it relies on a combination of paper, 3D printed parts, as well as cheap wire, resulting in an instrument which is crude to look at, but easy on the ears. Granted, this will definitely be far from a Stradivarius, but to have it make sweet music? That is definitely one huge step forward.

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About KindaScratchy

I'm a novice fiddler and mandolinist. I've played the guitar for many years and also play the recorder, fife, flute, and, more recently, tin whistle. I work in the communications field and, in addition to music, I enjoy photography, writing, gardening, golf and travel.
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