3D prints to the rescue!
“To my surprise I found that the bridge on my electric ukulele ripped off. I could get it repaired or the whole uke replaced, which would have left me for weeks without my uke. Measuring the original dimensions, minutes of modeling and a half an hour of printing was all it took to have a prototype. Four design iterations later, the bridge was beefed up and the cord fixation changed just to my liking. I have now a better uke bridge than before!”
— Martin A. Koch, Manresa, Spain
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