Duo Makes The World’s First 3D-Printed Music

Duo Makes The World’s First 3D-Printed Music

A song has been crafted entirely through the use of 3D printers

Leo Lutero
  • 14 july 2016

This track, by the electro punk duo Feral Five and fashion + 3D printing maven Francisco Bitonti, combines music and tech in a way never seen before: 3D-printed music.

The contribution of printing to the music comes in two layers. One is through actual recordings of 3D printers on the job. Their distinct whir and buzz as the printhead flies through 3D space can be heard in the single “Rule 9.”

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