The end of traditional instruments?


Does this technology replace traditional instruments?

No. This is a new alternative with marvelous possibilities but it will never fully replace the phenomenal wood and leather handwork of the traditional instrument makers. This technology is not a competition to traditional instrument making but rather an element to contribute to it which provides a new world of alternatives and fields.

Collaboration


We look forward for a long lasting collaboration of mutual benefit between the traditional methods and the new 3D printing technology.


If you are looking for a traditionally made cornetto please contact the masters in the field:

  • Paolo Fanciullacci (Italy): paolofanciullacci@fastwebnet.it
  • Serge Delmas (France): delmaszink@aol.com
  • John McCann (USA): www.mccann-cornetts.com
  • Matthew Jennejohn (Canada): mjennejohn@yahoo.com
  • Damien Bardonnet (France): www.dbardonnet.com  damien@dbardonnet.com*
  • Anddrew Hallock (Netherlands): www.hallock-cornetti.com  hallocka@gmail.com*
  • Henri Gohin (France): henri.gohin@free.fr
  • Christoph Schuler (Switzerland): christoph.schuler@besonet.ch
  • Roland Wilson: musicafiata@t-online.de
  • Christopher Monk Instruments (UK): hmcornett@gmail.com

* These makers also offer unaltered replicas of museum instruments. Follow this link in order to read more on the differences between museum instruments and „modern“ copies.


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