3D printers make a bit of noise when they’re generating objects, but that’s not what this video is about. Maker’s Muse wanted to see what objects made the most noise once printed and tested out several designs which are ridiculously noisy without the use of batteries, motors, or other electronics.
A few years back a video made the rounds of a window air conditioner that produced a sort of funky jazz rhythm. Musician Sam Ross thought the clip could use some accompaniment, so he created the perfect piano melody to go along with the clickity-clack sounds of the malfunctioning unit.
We’ve seen lots of things fed into industrial shredders over the years, but we’re thinking that bubble wrap might be the most satisfying item yet. After tossing some random toys into their shredder, Press Tube gets down to business at the 2-minute mark by feeding it a 50-meter roll of the noisy packing material.