Woman Creates a 3D Printed Hand-cranked Record Player

Record players were first introduced back in the late 19th century, in order record and reproduce sounds, and while these machines are no longer used very much today, the technology lives on and remains quite the clever invention. The same man that invented the light bulb, Thomas Edison, is also the inventor of the first phonograph (record player). Edison’s machine recorded sound onto a tinfoil sheet phonograph cylinder. Since then the phonograph evolved to play round plate-like discs using grooves that are engraved into its surface.
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3D Printed Record Player demo

This is a demo of the 3D printed record player I designed for the GhostlyVinyl contest on Thingiverse.
You can download and make your own from Thingiverse:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:558600
(Quelle: Youtube)




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