An open-source FFF 3D printable electric violin

Bill Cheatum may be the first tune ever played on a home 3d-printed electric fiddle!

This violin was printed on a Type A Machines Series 1 printer, and was designed using Autodesk’s Fusion 360. It’s full size, fully functional, and fun to play! The name comes from the printing technology: FFF or Fused Filament Fabrication.

For more info on the F-F-Fiddle and 3D printing, click over to www.openfabpdx.com.
(Quelle: Youtube / David Perry)




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