The World’s First 3D Printed Guitar That Actually Works
3D Printed Guitar marks a new era of the 3D printing industry where the prototypes that are created are not only aesthetically beautiful but also works seamlessly. It is Scott Summit that leads us to this new era. Making his own name in 3D printing for year and managing to be the co-founder of Bespoke Innovations, he has everything he needs to make his dream come true.
Summit told that he did once have a dream to make a guitar of his own. Armed with 100 bucks in his pocket, he strived to buy a lump of wood and to make it into a guitar he wanted. However, the result was not very satisfying, he said. Now that his skills are much more honed, he had no doubt of spending no less than $3000 to make the first 3D Printed Guitar out of plastic. Surprisingly, the guitar sounded pretty awesome.
Currently, He is working on to the next 3D Printed Guitar. He seems very optimistic to live in an age where artists can run a program mainly intended to specifically set up the guitar bass, sustain, and treble. Once the design and necessary setup is fixed, they just need to send the design to a 3D Printing company and have it sent to them in no time without hassle. Sounds a pretty interesting dream, doesn’t it?