While the new organ of the Helsinki Music Centre has already received much attention among music lovers, it has also raised interest for the production of its sounding pipes. The organ features 3D-printed sounding pipes and wind lines, 260 meters in total. Their unique design required finding suitable material and a reliable, flexible, and cost-effective …

While the new organ of the Helsinki Music Centre has already received much attention among music lovers, it has also raised interest for the production of its sounding pipes. The organ features 3D-printed sounding pipes and wind lines, 260 meters in total. Their unique design required finding suitable material and a reliable, flexible, and cost-effective manufacturing method. This was found in combining biocomposite with 3D-printing.

Read more at the UPM website.

Photo: Helsinki Music Centre Foundation, Sakari Röyskö