Stratasys 3D Printed Silicone Mold Pattern Keeps the Music Playing

One of the difficult things about performing with a harmonica is holding the microphone while also using both hands to play. The world famous The Adler Trio has solved this problem with Stratasys 3D printing. For more information on Stratasys 3D Printing: http://ow.ly/vJkbI

 

Leveraging rapid design iteration, Stratasys PolyJet based 3D printing was used to create working prototypes of a microphone enclosure that would attach directly to the harmonica. Dror Adler began successfully using the 3D printed part in his performances and soon, other harmonica players were asking where they could buy their own. This led to small run commercial production using silicone molds based on Stratasys 3D printed patterns. Read more on 3D printing and RTV (silicon molds): http://ow.ly/vJkuQ

 

Watch this musical video to see the perfect harmony of art and technology, and learn how Stratasys 3D printing continues to shape lives in unexpected ways.

 

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