This New Zealand guitar company specializes in 3D-printed guitars.

That’s right, 3D-printed guitars.

ODD Guitars uses a technique called Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) that builds the instruments by spreading out a very thin layer of nylon powder and then fusing it into the desired shape, piece by piece. That layer is then brought down to about 0.1 millimeters, then covered with another layer on top, and so on, until the instrument is complete.

The exception is the hardware, like the neck and tuning heads, which are “off-the-shelf” pieces. ODD guitars are highly customizable, allowing customers to build their own, one-of-a-kind musical instrument.


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