by schlem, published
This thing was made with Tinkercad.
This is the result of my intuitive understanding of how whistles are put together. There are a number of parameters that may or may not make this work. So, while I wait for my Printrbot to arrive, I am hoping someone with either print this or a derivative and let me know how it works.
The things that I think affect a whistle's ability to make a sound:
-size of aperture
-angle of air flow (currently tangent to aperture)
-angle of edge that "cuts" airflow from mouthpiece
-volume of whistle (pitch)
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