There are many cool things you can do with a decent 3D printer. 3D and 4D printing are going to change the way we do things. This 3D Printed Saxophone happens to be one of the nicest 3D printed musical instruments we have seen. The sax has 41 components, not counting springs and screws. It is printed in nylon using a SLS machine. It weighs only 575 grams, so it is much easier to hold.
The above video is presented by Olaf Diegel while the 3D printing part was handled by 3D Systems. We can’t wait to see how this project evolves in the future.