3D printing a flute.

Even though 3D printing is there to be used, it does seem to be very slow in the up take. Perhaps because it’s a new technology and people still have in their heads that it is only good to build prototypes?

Well, here a little video of a 3D printed flute that is fully functional and was printed in 15 hours in 4 parts, ready to be played after removing of support material. It does prove that useful objects can be printed.

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