Swedish synth company Teenage Engineering is offering its customers exactly that, with users able to print replacement knobs, dials and various other parts for their synths such as the OP-1.
According to wired.com, the shipping costs for the OP-1 accessories were too high for the Stockholm-based company, so instead the company decided to offer the computer aided design (CAD) files as free downloads.
Head of audio at Teenage Engineering, David Möllerstedt, said "Today almost all manuals are distributed digitally, and anyone that wants a hard copy can print one. We think the same will happen with accessories."
Wow. Read the full article at wired.com.
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