Ocarina

Side view of an Ocarina showing the printed layers. Side view of an Ocarina showing the printed layers. Side view of an Ocarina showing the printed layers. Top view of an Ocarina showing the printed layers. Underside view of an Ocarina showing the printed layers.
Side view of an Ocarina showing the printed layers. Side view of an Ocarina showing the printed layers. Side view of an Ocarina showing the printed layers. Top view of an Ocarina showing the printed layers. Underside view of an Ocarina showing the printed layers.

Description

A seven hole ocarina produced using the FDM (fused deposition modelling) process. FDM is an additive manufacturing process in which an object is created directly from a CAD (computer aided design) model, using layer-by-layer deposition of a feedstock filament, in this case PLA (polylactic acid), extruded through a nozzle. This example was produced for MoDiP by the Modelmaking department at Arts University Bournemouth in 2018, and took approximately 2-3 hours to print on an Ultimaker 3 printer. It is an unfinished example and the layers of printed material are clearly visible.
Designers & Manufacturers
Designer (Person)

Object number

AIBDC : 008382

Date

2018 (circa)

Country

Method

Dimensions
Width
90mm
Height
100mm
Depth
55mm

Colour