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Coming soon to a stage near you: The Ladybug 3D printed Keyboard

The Ladybug 3D printed keyboard is a Yamaha P35 digital piano with a nature inspired 3D printed shell.

The keyboard was printed, using Selective Laser Sintering, by 3D Systems in the USA, on an sPro 230 SLS system. The material being used for the keyboard is Duraform PA which is a very strong form of Nylon. The resolution for the prints was 0.1mm (which means that each layer that makes up the keyboard body is 0.1mm thick).

The keyboard will be on display on the 3D Systems stand at Euromold, in Frankfurt, from December 3rd to 6th, on stand E68 in Hall 11.0. Come and see it as part of a complete 3D printed band!

Below are pictures of some of the details of the keyboard:




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