An interesting 3D-printed guitar has this week been unveiled, an aluminum constructed guitar, it has been designed with a 3D printer, but is still robust enough to make it usable.
The design of the guitar itself features a mixture of flowers and barbwire, and was crafted by the Swedish designer Olaf Diegal, who wanted to complete the design in order to test what 3D printing could do.
He did this by using metal instead of plastic.
It took Olaf four days to finish the printing of the design and finish it with a satin paint.
The finished guitar weighs around 3.7kg. It also features a chrome Schaller 475, 6 string flat mount bridge, with a Hot-rodded Seymour Duncan Jazz SH2 pickup on the neck and a Seymour Duncan JB model SH4 pickup on the bridge.
You can find out more about it at the source link.
Source: Odd Guitars