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MakerBot Introduces Printable Vinyl Records

April 1st, 2011 04:55 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


An anonymous reader points out great news for

, hackers, and anybody who’s tired of having to pay for physical music media. MakerBot Industries has now demonstrated the capability of the MakerBot to print out listen-able vinyl records of your favorite tunes. With a

attachment, it can even record new audio in real-time. “Using the MakerBot Generation 4 Electronics microstepping capacity, the AudioNozzle modulates the amount of plastic deposited

create a high-fidelity waveform. The results often surpass the dynamic range of

-bit recordings and can contain frequencies up to 57khz — even higher than the

frequency for 96khz digital recording.”

Source: MakerBot Introduces Printable Vinyl Records

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