3D printing has been used in medical, aviation, architecture and many other fields, and 3D printed Musical Instruments are no longer new. When you type "3D Musical Instruments" into the search engine, you can find everything from violin and saxophone to harpsichord and kazoo. You can also download STL files from Thingiverse to print your own instruments.
With related technology mature gradually, gradually from the original 3 d printing instruments only as a gimmick, for the development of real to enter and affect the instrument for making important elements in the field of it opens up a new manufacturers and artists, almost infinite medium masterpiece of traditional instruments are reborn as a future, and also created a new instrument enable manufacturers to fully control the medium appearance and sound, and allows us to analyze and control in the form of new voice 3 d printing allows archaeologists and music historians to make history lost instrument, or those who survive is too delicate to play Musical InstrumentsThis gives us a whole new understanding of ancient music and culture, and enables us to hear music that we heard thousands of years ago
3D printing and traditional Musical Instruments
3D printing is reshaping traditional instruments in a modern way. 3D printing has reduced the cost and expertise needed to build custom Musical Instruments and sparked a new interest in music among amateurs. Advanced instrument manufacturers such as VLNLAB and Olaf Diegel have made the most of this technology, creating quality instruments that are comparable to their traditional counterparts, with both sound quality and craftsmanship.
Music is a universal language, and 3D printing has forever changed the way we make and interpret it. This cultural value is immeasurable, and through 3D printing, we can hear the sound of ancient Musical Instruments again. It also opens up a whole new field of possibilities for music art. It will bring traditional instruments into the future and provide us with too many possibilities, flexible, precise, diverse and simple. I believe that in the future, 3D printing will bring us more surprises.