CalRAM teams up with MONAD Studios and Scott F. Hall to produce a 3D Printed Violin

CalRAM recently collaborated with MONAD Studios and Scott F. Hall to refine their 3D printed violin concept and bring it to the performance stage. The 3D Printed Titanium “MONAD Violin” depicted in the photo below has been featured at Art Basel Miami Beach 2016, and will soon be featured at the Royal College of Music in London. The “MONAD Violin” shows us how Additive Manufacturing can allow creative minds to re-imagine and re-design form and function through new technology with amazing and sometimes surprising results.

MONAD Studios is a design practice with focus in spatial perception related to rhythm, connecting architecture, music, and design via digital fabrication. Scott F. Hall is an artist working in multiple mediums: sound, music, instrument design, still images, video, and sculpture. Bring these creative talents together with CalRAM Additive Manufacturing capabilities and beautiful music results – literally.

Photo Credit:  "MONAD Violin", 3D-printed in Titanium by CalRAM Design by MONAD Studio | Eric Goldemberg + Veronica Zalcberg with musician-luthier Scott F. Hall www.monadstudio.com

Photo Credit: “MONAD Violin”, 3D-printed in Titanium by CalRAM
Design by MONAD Studio | Eric Goldemberg + Veronica Zalcberg
with musician-luthier Scott F. Hall
www.monadstudio.com