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A music box to be printed in 3D

3D designer Philipp Tiefenbacher has just made a creative 3D object available to Internet users on the Thingiverse 3D file download platform. It is a music box to be printed in 3D by yourself and fully functional. After printing the 6 components of the mechanism, simply assemble them and put the music in front. A rather crazy technical feat because the level of detail of the 3D model is very high. The 3D printing must also be perfectly calibrated so that the notches are fully facing the slats. A misplaced media shuffle can then cause a false note and exasperate the greatest music lovers:).

source: Thingiverse

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