MakerBot Mixtape

MakerBot Industries has released a cool Mixtape kit that creates a 3D printed mp3 player. Or for those without a MakerBot you can buy one that’s already been printed for $38.

From MakerBot

A long time ago, before Pandora or RDIO or even ancient technologies like iTunes, there was the mixtape — a carefully selected group of songs, organized into a playlist and recorded onto a cassette. You had to get these songs from other tapes or even record them from the radio. You had to have a machine that allowed for transferring songs from one tape to another tape. The whole process took planning… and patience. But the payoff was oh so sweet.

The MakerBot Applications team, our division of makers and designers, have figured out a way to bring this magic back to life — with a modern twist — and make it 3D-printed, too. READ MORE

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