Category Archives: Ottawa Symphony Orchestra.

3D Printing Industry Review of the Year June 2018

Moving on to June 2018 – 3D printing strengthened its position in the automotive industry and we took on the Ocean’s 8 diamond heist. Within the 3D printing trifecta, materials started to take on a hold, and would continue to trend throughout trade shows and product announcements in the latter half of the year. Soft […]

Eight 3D printed musical instruments coming to Ottawa Symphony Orchestra

The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra’s (OSO) 3D String Theory Project has designed, and will produce, eight functional 3D printed string instruments for a live classical performance at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum (CASM) later this year. This project is a collaborative effort between the OSO, Canadian violin maker, Charline Dequincey, additive manufacturing network Canada Makes, […]

Eight 3D printed musical instruments coming to Ottawa Symphony Orchestra

The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra’s (OSO) 3D String Theory Project has designed, and will produce, eight functional 3D printed string instruments for a live classical performance at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum (CASM) later this year. This project is a collaborative effort between the OSO, Canadian violin maker, Charline Dequincey, additive manufacturing network Canada Makes, […]