Print Your Own Fisher Price Toy Records

Are you a Lo-Fi person? Is vinyl your thing, but you are thinking of taking things down a notch? Why not go plastic? Fisher price plastic! Genius Fred 27 has posted detailed instructions, including software, that will set you on the road to printing out your very own records that will run on a circa 1970s Fisher Price toy record player. He has created two sets of instruction, that are not for the meek, but seem I am sure will be rewarding. One if for those with a 3D printer and the other is for those with a CNC mill.

I think either way you go, the results are pretty impressive.

[via] Reddit


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3 thoughts on “Print Your Own Fisher Price Toy Records

  1. mwentworth says:

    This is now on my life plan medium term goals list. Can you imagine the Imperial March Theme blasting out of that bad boy?

  2. I just had a thought (I know, there’s a first time for everything), that would be hilarious to make a FP recrod based on a heavy metal song, or with the original transformers theme song, or thundercats maybe.

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