Anyway it's lazer cutting, just a badly written article that confuses the technologies because they previously made a 3D printed record (which was printing)
cassette fans gonna love them!
Top work that man.
Sort of want to see his beer and sausage attempts.
but it's not the wurst
looking at a screen. 3D printers make tangible things and it's a top buzz
It wooden actually be called 'a vinyl', even if it were made of vinyl.
do you think you could make a record out of bread?
did some mad art installation a while ago where tracks were cut onto X Ray. So thin it could be played only once
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