June 22, 2016 AT 11:00 am
Hovalin is a #3DPrinted Violin
This project is super cool – you have the option to purchase a kit with everything you need, 3d printed parts, the completed hovalin itself or you can download the .stl files! From
In order to make the violin we’re going to need a 3D printer. It needs to be wide enough to print the neck and tall enough to print the violin body’s 3 sections.
First layer problems
A majority of the problems from 3d printing can stem from the first layer not adhering properly to the print bed.
We recommend taking the following precautions when printing.
Always make sure the bed is properly leveled
Put down fresh blue tape if any of the print area’s tape shows signs of peeling.
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