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Dutch Designers Create 3D Printed Ceramics Using Sound Vibrations

Sound designer Ricky van Broekhoven and designer Oliver van Herpt have taken a different approach to 3D printing ceramics. With their project called “Solid Vibration” they integrated vibrations of sound into the 3D printing process, resulting in unique ceramic objects.

Using a specially constructed speaker rig that is mounted below the build plate and produces very low sound, allows for the vibrations to turn into shapes.

“A moment in time, a song a sound, they can now become objects that encapsulate the moment forever”, Oliver explains.

Check out the video below to watch and listen to the process: