Violin bridges can be annoying to replace once broken, so I designed an easily constructable one that I think provides comparable acoustics. It uses little filament, and is quite resonant. I printed it in PETG, as I found that it was the strongest and flexible enough that it could flex a little to the movements of the violin. However, most filaments should work here; I'll be experimenting with carbon fiber nylon in the near future. I am a cellist myself, but I was able to test this bridge on my sister's violin. It worked very, very well and provided good sound quality. This bridge should work on most acoustic violins, as standard bridges would. However, I would recommend only using this bridge as a backup, as I have not extensively tested it and in certain filaments it may degrade with temperature.
Printed on a Creality CR-10 with an E3D-V6 Hotend
The violin is a J. Erwin "Virtuoso"