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MIT Media Lab Researcher Prints Playable Flute

January 5th, 2011 01:00 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

conner_bw writes “What if making an acoustic instrument was a matter of hitting ‘print’? MIT Media Lab researcher Amit Zoran did just that. He created a flute using the Objet Geometries Connex500 3D printer. The instrument is playable and the results are surprisingly good for a first attempt. As an aside, rumour has it that Amit has a bumper sticker that reads: My other printer prints food.”

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