Even with the recent focus on additive manufacturing (AM), we’ve only really scratched the surface of potential applications for 3D printing. Along with the expected rapid prototyping, we’ve seen the technology used for everything from haute couture to food preparation. AM is like having a huge bin of Lego; the process of making objects seems simple, but the end results are myriad.
Now AM has extended its reach into making music. This is one application I don’t think anyone saw coming. A new article on Instructables by Amanda Ghassaei, relays her account of creating a vinyl record using 3D printing. Continue reading