tranceMaker #3DThursday #3DPrinting


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The tranceMaker is a true testament of 3D Literacy. It is a towering stereo that commands to be at the center of the party. Guaranteed to captivate audiences and place them into a trance!

There are some very large 3D printed parts on this stereo. I know that everyone doesn’t have really tall 3D printers, for that I am sorry, but we are trying to push the limits up here. In order to build the tranceMaker, you will need a 3D printer that has a print volume of 220x220x400mm. If you don’t have one… Build one!

download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1188002

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