Shannon Rhoades builds custom microphones and restores vintage mics for almost any music genre. He owns a company called MicRehab where he tends to the world’s largest vintage mic collection owned by John McBride, Martina McBride’s husband - they own Blackbird Studio. Learn how Shapr3D helps him breathe new life into vintage mics.
I have used 2D CAD in the past. I designed custom choppers for Orange County Choppers , Ozzy Osbourne, Vince Neil, Discovery Channel’s show Biker Build-Off 8, 9 ,10 and many others.
I wanted to use my iPad Pro to draw for my company MicRehab. I recently moved to the 3D world after buying a 3D printer. Shapr3D seemed like the only software capable of doing what it need.
Working with vintage mics, almost all parts do not exist to replace anymore. With Shapr3D I am able to draw the necessary parts, then 3D print it and install them.
In addition, I use the app to design new mics. I am able to draw most of the mic right there in Shapr3D and can see the the design before it being produced.
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