Pipe Organ #3DPrinting #3DThyursday

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haunebu02 shared this project on Thingiverse!

This is a Pipe Organ made of wood, PVC pipes, some screws, felt, very small 1/4 inch rubberbands, some steel wire, toothpicks and a 500 rc car motor and of course some 3D printing filament. Sorry that I can’t provide instructions because I’m just too lazy for that.
But I provide all the files I have with this post. It’s playable, but the motor is pretty loud, so I suggest you to use another kind of wind supply.

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