A 3D Printed Flute That Works

Listen to this incredible 3D printed instrument.

Amit Zoran from the continuously impressive MIT Media Lab used an Objet Connex 500 to 3D print a working flute. It was printed in three pieces over 15 hours in several materials. The only parts not 3D printed are the metal springs.

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