Saturday, January 8, 2011

3D printer to create flute

3D printers have been around for a while, but they are generally used to create prototypes quickly, giving designers an idea of what will air the final product. There, people have created real and mechanical results seem impressive.  Media Lab has designed and printed a fully functional flute that was printed on a 3D printer Connex500, and the only non-print items of the instrument are the springs for the keys. The whole process took about 15h and a little longer to assemble, but the final product seems worth the cost. We still dream of a future where we can print our own mobile phones and gadgets.

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