I'm sure I posted about possibly creating a 3d printed guitar at some point in the past but anyway I'm now quite a way into the process and it's been an interesting journey so far I had an old Ibanez RG 22-fret neck lying around since the early 90's and have never really done anything with it so it's a good excuse to make a body to go along with it. Anyway, I knocked up something in Rhino CAD and have now had it all 3d printed. The body is two piece - a central core (which I'd originally intended to be "normal" wood but have since had printed at 100% infill for max stiffness) and the outer shape of the body which is printed at a much lower density, for time more than anything else (I believe the outer shell took 56 hours to print on its own). The bridge is an old licenced Floyd Rose that I've had knocking around forever. It's been in a couple of home built guitars over the years and has a brass block that came from some company in the US about 15 years ago (can't remember who!). I still need to buy pickups but I might get it all together first and check that it's not going to fold like a cheap suit first. I received the laser cut pickguard and covers this morning. They still have the protective plastic covering on hence the slightly wrinkly look. Everything is assembled with threaded inserts, which are incredibly easy to install in PLA (which the outer shell is) with a soldering iron. Hopefully I will get this together fully over Christmas - I'm liking the look so far anyway even though I can appreciate it's a bit "marmite"