When we think of 3D printed parts for our projects, most of us imagine little bits like brackets and mounting plates. Perhaps the occasional printed project enclosure. But if you’ve got a big custom printer as [Joshendy] does, plus plenty of time, it opens up a whole new world of large scale projects.
Take for example the gorgeous RGB LED guitar body he recently completed . Despite the considerable 300 x 300 mm build area of his custom 3D printer, [Joshendy] still had to design the guitar body in sections that could be bolted together after being printed in ABS. It took around 60 hours to run off all the parts, with the large central section taking the longest to print at 28 hours. With the generous application of heat-set inserts , the assembled guitar should be plenty strong. The white ABS of the guitar body helps diffuse the […]
I’ve been investigating the rather quiet company Seurat Technologies, which is developing a new metal 3D printing...