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Trobok BoomBox

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Trobok BoomBox by trobok Jul 26, 2012

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A little bit of music for your soul.



print, pretend to hear music, dance.

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Would be dope to make a bigger boombox with working speakers that the Makerbot Mixtape can actually slot into and play. 8-)

Lovely thing. You did an amazing job of making a block that works as a support for the handle. Did you leave a smidge of room between the support and handle? Very awesome boombox. Nice touch with the bunny grills.

trobok - in reply to bre

Thanks Bre! Yeah I left a tiny tiny gap, works well at that size but when making mini ones have to resize again :)

You could cut the guts out of this pretty easily and have it work with makerbot industry's cassette mp3 player thing.

Yeah will have to try that at some point, great for Band promotion! :)

If you made the unit have small cylinders behind the speakers

and a few small holes thru the speakers,

you could put a set of earbuds in it and have it actually

play some music.