The Desktop Record Cutter (DRC), now under development as a Kickstarter project, that’s designed to let you cut your own vinyl.
The DRC is automated using precision engineered technology for ease of use for new cutters, while allowing custom control, upgrades and modification for the experienced engineer.
The Desktop Record Cutter is available to backers for $7,000 AUD. Their goal is to get the production price to US $6,500 or less. The Kickstarter project is fully funded, with 20 days to go.
At that price, the DRC is out of the price range of most. But, if there’s any volume of interest in this type of device, it’s not hard to imagine technology improvements bringing ‘printing to vinyl’ within reach of a larger audience.
Check it out and let us know what you think!