ODD band to play 3D-printed instruments at Frankfurt gig

ODD is the brainchild of Olaf Diegel, a professor of mechatronics from New Zealand, who has created a pair of 3D-printed guitar bodies, a 3D-printed housing for a keyboard, and replaced the wood shells on the toms, kick and snare of a Sonor drum kit with 3D-printed nylon. The 3D-printed components used in all of the instruments were produced by 3D Systems.  The company used an sPro 230 Selective Laser Sintering system at 0.1 mm resolution, which is much higher than your average desktop 3D printer.

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