ArvidJense has been trying to 3D print functional musical instruments out of a RepRap 3D printer. After a lot of searching, testing and tweaking he figured out how to do it, and decided to make a guide to describe the entire process.
This guide is made for his musical instruments research but it is also applicable for printing other objects.
Thanks to ArvidJense for the great work!
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The "3D printing inforgrafic" PDF file can be downloaded here.
Posted in 3D Printing Technology
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