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A Ukulele banjo printed in 3D

This hybrid instrument is a creation of the designer Andreas Bastian guided by the wise advice of Geoff Wiley working at the Jalopy Theater in Brooklyn. It was born from a desire to "remix" the Makerlele already present on the platform Thingiverse. The instrument printed in 3D takes the 4 strings typical of a ukulele and associates them with the Banjo membrane soundboard. A surprising and functional result obtained from a 3D model that foreshadows may be the future of musical instruments. You can download free 3D musical instrument files on Cults, then print them in 3D and play your favorite songs!

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source: 3DPrintingIndustry

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