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The F-F-Fiddle (pronounced eff-eff-fiddle) is a full size electric violin that can be made with common home 3D printing equipment. All parts can be printed without support material on a Makerbot Replicator 2 or larger (I often use a Type A Machines Series 1), and the BOM cost is roughly $250.Maker/DIY
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The F-F-Fiddle was designed in Autodesk's Fusion 360, and the source files are available on the Fusion 360 platform. Get in touch for an invitation to the group!
For more information and assembly documentation, check www.openfabpdx.com/fffiddle.
Materials and methods
- Neck Printed Part
- Bout Printed Part
- Bridge Printed Part
- 5/16" drill rod, 355mm length
- Gotoh Stealth Tuner Pack (only need 4 of six, 2 left hand, 2 right hand)
- Set of 4/4 Strings
- Twin Spot Pickup, internal or external
- Mono Plug
- 2X SHCS 8-32x1.5"
- 2X SHCS 8-32x1"
- 4X 8-32 Nuts
See google doc for latest info, part numbers, and notes: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AvZN5H7MgoMQdEUxZUdGa21NRGowVUE4VDY3MmU0RlE&usp=sharing
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