Trombone Mouthpiece Armor

by ckirby, published

Trombone Mouthpiece Armor by ckirby Apr 21, 2013

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Spent $200 on a mouthpiece? Protect it with this mouthpiece armor.

The lower portion of the mouthpiece armor is tapered like a standard mouthpiece receiver, so the armor grips the mouthpiece by the shank, just like the horn does.


Pretty straightforward to print. Nothing too challenging about it.

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What's the biggest mouthpiece that'll fit into this?

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This is really cool! Love the thumb holes/windows and the decorative tops. My print worked well except that the cap fits a little too snugly to screw in. Presumably this is due to differences between our printers' calibration. Is the 'offset' variable intended to deal with this?