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You’ve seen it with your own eyes, you’ve felt it in your hands, but have you heard what 3D printing is capable of?

For those of you who don’t know him already, let me introduce you to Erec: a man who creates wonderful 3D printed flutes in his spare time. He offers his custom made flutes for sale on his website Cutting Edge Flutes and also provides the service of making them food safe.

The following video will you show you one of his flutes that got printed at i.materialise in multicolor.

More of Erec’s work can be seen on his YouTube account and if you too would like to design something in multicolor, stay tuned cuss next week we’ll discuss the best tips and tricks of this great material.

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