3D Printing a Record Player #3DPrinting @3dprintingnerd
On this episode of the 3D Printing Nerd, Joel is joined by fellow YouTuber, Mark Rhodes. Mark has designed the files for 3D printing a vinyl record player. He and Joel build and test one.
You can’t really tell from the sample they play in the video, but they say it sounds amazingly good, especially given the cheap and minimal parts used. Besides the 3D printed components, the only other significant parts are a DC direct-drive motor, an Arduino Uno, an Adafruit motor shield, and a cheap ceramic cartridge.
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