Music Drop: Create Your own 3D printed Musical Top #MusicMonday #3DPrinting
Music drops were so popular they had to stop taking orders, but you can create your tune and 3D print your own from home! Via music drop
Enter the site to create your own Music Drop tune. Due to high volume, we’re not taking new orders for print, but if you save your tune, you can download a 3D model and explore building your own Music Drop from home!
Since the 18th century, people have embraced the charm of the music box – a compact music player originally built on the mechanics and tradition of artisan watchmaking. Seemingly antiquated but somehow timeless, we especially loved this handheld application of the technologies of the time, all in an effort to create a very human moment of delight. We are all about using technology to help humans be, well, more human, and so we updated this small device with some of the emerging technologies of our time. We wanted to create a modern day adaptation to put tech and cheer right in your hand.
Excited to see what we could do with 3D printing capabilities and with learnings from some of our more recent projects and experiments, we were attracted to the idea of tapping into the recent shift towards personalized, small-scale fabrication.
Create your own tune here and check out my ditty in the pic below 🙂
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