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Pitch perfect? 3D-printed violin on show at electronics extravaganza

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Pitch perfect? 3D-printed violin on show at electronics extravaganza

France-based Laurent Bernadac shows off a rare instrument – a 3D printed violin.

It was created by putting 30,000 successive layers of plastic on top of each other, a process which took 24 hours.

Bernadac, from Toulouse in southern France, was pushing the 7,000-euro instrument at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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