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    Glad to see it's weight relieved, but will that affect sustain? ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonneville88 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by fronobulax View Post
    Thanks. I learned new words for a concept.

    My creative outlets tend to produce and intangible product - software that solves a problem, for example - so "real world" creativity sometimes mystifies me. Mrs. Fro. is a potter so I have some sense of visualizing something and building and forming to realize that vision. But it blew my mind, so to speak, when I first heard a sculptor talk about looking at a slab of marble and visualizing what had to be removed to "release" the vision inside.
    I think it was Michelangelo who said he chipped away all the marble in order to set the angel free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GAD View Post
    One of my goals with the 3D printer is to print a functioning playable guitar.
    Back at NAMM 2013 I visited the booth of ODD Guitars, who printed really nice looking guitars.

    https://www.oddguitars.com/americana.html
    https://www.oddguitars.com/steampunk.html
    https://www.oddguitars.com/guitars.html

    But as Olaf Diegel explains in that video not every part was printed...



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    Or you go all the way to Titanium!



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    Nothing for Pete Townshend!



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    ODD guitars is always one of the first hits when I'd search for models to print. I think they're cool as hell, and I appreciate the work they put into them, but I just can't see someone paying $4000 for a 3D printed guitar. Also the headstocks are fuuuuugly.
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