Kiwi Professor of Mechtronics Olaf Diegel has now added a set of drums and a keyboard to his catalog of beautiful 3D-printed instruments . His new creations will join guitar and bass models for a road trip to Frankfurt’s EuroMold event next month, where a band will take to the stage to play some live sets using the instruments..
Scott Summit, from 3D Systems’ Bespoke Innovations team, loves 3D printing and playing guitar. When asked by CEO Abe Reichental to combine those two passions and create a few amazing 3D printed…
How 3D printing is revolutionising guitar-making http://t.co/QL8OCX4K via @ guardian # 3D Systems’ Cube 3D Printer Receives American Technology Award – Personalize: http://t.co/MDXU630Q # http://t.co/cxpNlbzj # 3D Printing Is a Game Changer – The Atlantic http://t.co/Y3T7FhUg #
Olaf Diegel is a design engineer passionate about 3D printing and a professor of mechatronics at Massey University in Auckland, New Zealand. He created the Atom Guitar, a 3D printed Les Paul style guitar made with Selective Laser Sintering process using 3D Systems technologies. First prototypes are beeing assembled now that the design is finalized.