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I know the call for an Ocarina was already answered, but I decided to take a go at it myself. Obviously, I'm not a surface designer (I live in the solid design space), so it was a bit of a challenge. I used some guidelines found at http://www.greenverdugo.com/ocarina-making-tutorial/ocarina-making-15.html as pointed out by PrintTo3D.
I'm not thinking printing in pieces will solve all the problems that might occur, but it should help (I hope.) I'm waiting on delivery of my Makerbot that was shipped out Friday so I haven't tested it yet. My apologies in advance if it turns out to be a miserable failure.
To print in pieces, you need a "P2", "P3", and "P4". Glue together and enjoy. If you have a snazzy printer that prints a soluble support material, you can try the ASM.
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