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October 9, 2014 AT 5:00 am

3D Printed Guitar – Playable and Printable without supports #3DxMusic #3DPrinting #3DThursday

Thingiverse user Ian Hanna designed and 3d printed a fully functional guitar and uploaded it on thingiverse. In his youtube video, he demonstrates how it looks, functions and sounds. It costs about $30 in material and the pieces print without any support material. It looks rather stylish and sounds pretty great!

Checkout thingiverse for full instructions and STL files

The whole thing is printed. You don’t need anything else but some super glue to assemble the guitar. Add some strings and standard guitar tuning machines and you’re done! It is about 3/4 scale and is very playable.


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