A long time ago, there were these vinyl record booths. You can go in and cut a 45PM record, as easy as taking four photos of yourself in a cubicle next to the boardwalk.with Their 2021 Hackaday Award entry is named VinyGo, [mras2an] Strive to revive this concept for private use by musicians, artists, or others who have always wanted to cut vinyl records on their own.
VinyGo is suitable for those who wish to make dozens or fewer copies. Obviously, polymer shortages are the most important now, and small customers are getting shafts from record-breaking companies. In this way, people can cut their records at a price of $4 per unit based on the cost of building VinyGo, which means it’s both affordable and easy to use.
You may know how a record player works, but what about a record cutter?As [mras2an] It was explained on IO that the concert through a pair of speakers vibrates a diamond cutting head, which cuts a groove on the vinyl, which is an accurate expression of music. After the cutting is completed, the ordinary stylus will pick up the groove and play vibration. Check it after a break.
[mras2an] Planning to enter VinyGo Hakkadai Award During the wildcard round, anything will happen. Does your project ignore classification? Or are you just running a little behind? The wildcard round runs from Monday, September 27th to Wednesday, October 27th, and is your last chance to participate in this year’s grand prize.
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