This speaker has been designed in collaboration with B&O and HiFiBerry in the course 41030 Design of Mechatronics at DTU (Technical University of Denmark). The speaker consists of 4 3D printed cabinet and top parts, where the top should be covered by fabric. The speaker insides consists of lasercutted wood to hold the tweeter and driver and incase the raspberry pi. It is deemed possible to make these parts without a lasercutter.
Print the parts
Print 4 cabinet and 4 top parts preferable in ABS
Treat with sandpaper
Treat the 4 casing and top parts with rough sandpaper (corn 40-60)
Glue and polyfilla
Glue the parts together - the top and casing respectively. Next fill the potential cracks in between the parts with polyfilla.
Primer and paint
Next prime and spray paint the 4 casing parts. You don't need to treat the upper parts because they will be covered by fabric.
Fabric and last finish
Cover the glued top parts with your own choice of fabric.
Treat the casing lightly with fine sandpaper (corn 100-120).
The 3D printed jobs are now done.
TILE for tiles
We aimed for a design which effortlessly fitted in for a kitchen probably with tiles. The upper casing can easily be replaced so the color of the upper casing can be changed after your own taste. The leather rim makes it an easy setup.
TILE is for the modern kitchen with a perfect blend between the rough and simple and the clean and modern.