Dan Pawlovich, current drummer for Panic! At The Disco, highlights how 3D printing and prototyping is enabling tinkerers to try new ideas and change industries.
Pawlovich has been using Stratasys Direct to print the snare drums he uses on tour. Pawlovich has been interested in drum design from his teenage garage band days ever since he repainted a drum kit to customize it. ZDNet caught up with Pawlovich to talk 3D printing.
“Redesigning the drum is something that has been on my mind for countless years. The thing I wanted in my head was a wooden drum shell with lugs part of the shell,” he explained. “The problem was that there wasn’t a viable way to do it.” Also: Everything you need to know about 3D printing and its impact on your business And then we watched a video online of someone 3D printing a working crescent wrench. “Luckily, […]
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