A music box to print in 3D
3D creator Philipp Tiefenbacher has just made available to Internet users on the 3D file download platform Thingiverse a 3D object for the least creative. It is a music box to print in 3D itself completely functional. After having printed the 6 components of the mechanism, it is enough to assemble them and forwards the music. A technical feat quite crazy because the level of detail of the 3D model is very high. 3D printing must also be perfectly calibrated so that the notches are completely in front of the slats. A misplaced rack of media will then cause a false note and exasperate the greatest music lovers :).
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