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Scott Summitt’s 3D-printed guitar

Scott Summitt, one of the world’s leading 3D printing and design experts, has just created a 3D-printed guitar. The guitar was printed from $3,000 worth of plastic with a wooden headstock, and surprisingly, it sounds pretty good too. Summitt partnered with 3D Systems to fullfil his childhood dream of creating his ideal guitar, and he hopes that in the near future people can use 3D-printing technology to create their ideal guitars as well.

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