’Music Trades’ Magazine covers 3D Printed instruments in October 2015 Issue!

Author: Matt Tyson/Thursday, 1 October 2015/Categories: 3D Printing News, UP Box 3D Printer, 3D Printed Items

3D Printing has seen a steady rise in popularity lately with many industries looking for ways to integrate this exciting technology into their field. Music Trades magazine have a fantastic article for their October issue looking at 3D Printed instruments, featuring our own 3D Printed guitar printed with PolyMax!

 

"Typically, musical instrument makers produce prototypes using wood or metal, which is understandable but can be costly, time consuming, and leave room for error,” said Tyson. “3D printing prototyping allows for greater control and the ability to quickly make miniscule or significant changes that are perfectly accurate. This process can eliminate countless hours of trial and error while reducing production costs and generating a quality model.” 

- Excerpt from p.41 of Music Trades, October 2015

 

To subscribe to Music Trades Magazine visit their website
http://www.musictrades.com/

 

 

'Music Trades' magazine is one of the most highly respected music trade publications in the US with around 18,000 subscribers and has been in publication for over 100 years!

 

You can read our article about the guitar by CLICKING HERE

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