3D Printed Speaker

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3D Printed Speaker by madaeon Oct 31, 2014
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This is a 3D printed Speaker that you can print at home.
All you need is some enameled copper wire and a magnet!
Parts have been printed with the LumiPocket 3D printer (http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/lumipocket-affordable-high-quality-3d-printer/)


This is a good stress test for your printer since you will be printing the membrane itself and it is 0.1mm thick! A good resin-based 3d printer should handle this.
Parts shown in the photo were printed with the LumiPocket, a compact and affordable 3d printer you can find on IndieGoGo!

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It is printable on a fdm printer. I just printed it on an Ultimaker Original. See my instructions of CURA-settings at 'I made one'. But the point is rotating it and change settings so you can print a smooth 'one layer' of 0.1mm.

I like the idea, but it is not printable with a fdm printer because of the membrane hanging in mid air... Or am i overlooking something ??

What an excellent build!