The 3D Printed Ukulele

2013年12月12日 | By News | Filed in: News.

http://hackaday.com/2013/12/11/the-3d-printed-ukulele/

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The creator of everyone’s favorite slic3r – [Alessandro Ranellucci] – has been hard a work putting his 3D modeling skills to the test. He’s created a ukulele that’s nearly entirely 3D printed (Google translation). Everything on the uke, short of the strings and tuning pegs came from a MendelMax 3D printer, all without any support material at all.

In the video, [Alessandro] and uke virtuoso [Jontom] show off how this instrument was put together and how good it can sound. The body of the uke is made of two parts, and the neck – three parts including … Read the rest


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