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The F-F-Fiddle Is An Open Source 3D Printed Violin

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The F-F-Fiddle: (Fused Filament Fabrication) Fiddle

An Open Source 3D Printed Violin

3D Printing continues to unleash the creativity of thousands of people around the world. David Perry and friend, Dan Nicholson, have developed an Open Source violin (fiddle). David purchased a 3D Printer after attending a Maker Faire event and set out to try and create a functional object. The F-F-Fiddle was designed using Autodesk’s Fusion 360 CAD design software and further manipulated and prepared for a 3D Printer using a combination of Netfabb Basic, Slic3r, KISSlicer, and Repeteir-Host. Using a 3D Printer, the cohorts were able to manufacture the violin with curved internals for the instrument strings. The F-F-Fiddle is free for you to make and modify and a Fusion 360 group has been created dedicated for this 3D Printed violin.

source | develop3d.com

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