3D printing offers new opportunities to build musical instruments. Here are the most beautiful 3D printed instruments.
Playing instruments is fun, but building them yourself is even better. Why not DIY your own homemade instrument?
If you’re on tour, you need these 3D printed items for musicians. These spare parts and little gizmos help you to stay organized.
Often looking for amazing, practical things to print, we're taking a look at the musical section of the 3d printed world. You can get them even if you don’t own a 3D printer.
Formlabs had an interesting idea to celebrate their new white resin - they designed and 3D printed a functional acoustic violin. You can download the files and 3D print it yourself.
If you’re looking for a way to build or expand your drum kit, here are some great DIY drums you can build for just some bucks.
Want to let your virtual instruments or DJ console shine? Build your DIY MIDI controller with faders, an Arduino, and a 3D printed case.
The brains over at Makefast Workshop have pieced together a foolproof single string harp design. All you need to make your own is a 3D printer, a guitar string, tuner, bearings, nuts and bolts.
Autodesk Research has developed a software that turns 3D prints into wind instruments. Just tweak mouthpieces and finger holes in the Printone software - and you’re ready to play.
Imagine listening to a street musician. The groove is great, so you’d like to join in with a nice little melody. Enter the OKAY synth.
Oskitone's new and improved OKAY 2 is a mind-blowing DIY synth that you can 3D print and put together on your own. Hone your 3D printing and soldering skills with this sweet musical instrument and let the sounds sweep you away!
What would happen if a music classroom had access to a 3D printer, and if a music teacher included 3D printing in their lessons?
In November, Ottawa Symphony Orchestra will open its new season with a concert which will feature eight 3D printed instruments and a performance by the winner of the "National 3D Printed Musical Instrument Challenge".
At the 117th edition of the NAMM, 7,000 brands of musical instrument are on display ranging from the ancient to the new, but the one which really stood out from the crowd was the sleek 3D printed violin known as 3Dvarius.
Barbwire, roses and a great look: This beautiful 3D printed guitar not only looks great, but it’s also 3D printed from aluminum powder.
The Dutch PostNL has fabricated a musical instrument en route to trumpet master Eric Vloeimans in awesome short film, “Sound of Delivery”.
Zoolophones. Yes, they are the adorable animal-shaped musical metallphones of your dreams...And they're 3D printed.