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Parametric Music Pipe (Trumpet, Trombone, Bugle,Clarinet)

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Parametric Music Pipe (Trumpet, Trombone, Bugle,Clarinet) by Robo Jan 31, 2013
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After my Parametric Customizable Brass-intrument Mouthpiece, I'm looking if I can actually print a Trumpet. This is the first step: Make a pipe of the right shape. Feel free to play around if you get how it works.

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physics background....
This guy perfectly explains why trumpets have this shape:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEr1OH6-77M
And he proves a plastic trumpet could sound reasonable.

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Great idea! I was thinking about spiralling a small whistle horn so that it all fits into a 6" tall cyclinder, but where to put the holes?

Hmmm a whistle horn wasn't exactly the fine musical instrument I had in mind. :) And I haven't come to the part yet where we can make bends into the pipe.

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