The 3D Printed Record Plays Digital Audio Files

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Mar 6, 2013 • References: instructables &
There is no question that 3D printing is rapidly becoming ever more prominent as continual experimentation brings about new products such as the 3D Printed record.

This piece is created by using a technique that converts audio files into records. These are 3D printed into 33rpm discs that play said audio making for yet another manifestation of the printing phenomenon that is ever util.

The most appealing facet of this product is perhaps the unification of ultra-modern with past technology. The nostalgic effect of listening to a record gets a highly interesting update that essentially romanticizes novel printing methods. This piece will resonate with lovers of nostalgia that seek to optimize and upgrade. The 3D Printed record heralds a new era of techie easy listening. Stats for Printed Disc Prototypes Trending: Older & Mild
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