The hovalin is a functional acoustic violin that can be produced using most standard consumer 3d printers. The total cost of raw materials for the violin is currently about $70. The hovalin was designed with Autodesk Fusion 360. Its shape and dimensions are inspired by the Stradivarius violin model. For that price, could we be seeing entire schools having their own 3D printed instruments, at a fraction of the original cost?
I’m available to play the 3D Drums, just in case anyone’s reading.