May 4, 2017 AT 4:00 am

The Annelise Violin is a 3D Printed Instrument #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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Jaxelsson shared this project on Thingiverse!

I wanted to create a violin that reminded me of the old steel bridges found on the way to New Orleans, on the bayou roads. I also wanted to give the fingerboard a lighter, classical look. These features required me to add some breakaway supports, so you’ll need your exacto.

This particular print takes advantage of a lot of mid-print color changes. Which require either a lot of watching or some .gcode editing (found online or ask me and I can post later). I hope you like it.

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