Amanda Ghassaei, a Technology Editor at Instructables, has taken 3D printing into new territory, vinyl records. Ghassaei developed a technique that converts digital audio files into 3D printable records. The plastic records have grooves just like regular vinyl, and can used on your 1200s, but play at very low 6 bit / 11 kHz resolution.
Check out the video below to hear muddy, low-res versions of New Order, Daft Punk Nirvana, and more. Interested in learning how to do this yourself, click the link below to score Amanda’s DIY instructions.