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Fully Functional Guitar Made At Home On 3D Printer

An enterprising guitar enthusiast came up with a design to print a fully functional guitar in 5 small pieces at home with his 3D printer. Check it out and a demonstration of how it plays in the YouTube clip below.

For those who haven't been following this particular piece of hardware, 3D printers are about to become huge for home and business use, with some serious applications for musicians now possible.

YouTube user Solstie has a series of videos showcasing different objects made with his printer. Check 'em out at this location.

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1. michael kramer writes:

How much to buy one of those guitars?
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2. xFiruath writes:

Kind of the whole point is that you *don't* buy one, you download the schematic and print off your own at home.

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3. Blindgreed1 writes:

Lol.

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