A 3D Printed Electric Ukulele.
Requires numerous non 3D printed parts.
The sound is pleasant, but printed in PLA the body is very compliant, and it took a while after being printed for it to settle down and remain in tune for any period of time.
In the two years since I built this, it has suffered from slight warping caused by the tension of the strings. If I was re-designing it, I'd probably replace the threaded rod that runs through the Ukulele with a thicker one. I'd also either glue the bridge on, using a strong glue, or integrate the bridge into the design.
Printed on my friends RepRap Prusa i3.
Some of these parts may no longer be in stock
It should be relatively easy to modify the blend file provided to use different parts
The bridge was drilled to allow it to be bolted onto the body.