UP! / Afinia Speaker Cover

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UP! / Afinia Speaker Cover by walter Oct 6, 2012


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Small cover for reducing the volume of the Up! Plus or Afinia Speaker

-- Afinia Orange ABS


Print upside down, slide over the small black cylinder near the power switch (see photos) and push down gently.

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There was a bunch of support crap in the cover after may first print. Flipping it 180 seem to do the tricky.

thank you, it annoyed my whole family and me so much.

The best way to turn it off definitely is to fill the hole using a screw (one of the spare ones in the up small transparent bag...)
The really good thing is that you can adjust the noise then, screwing harder or lower... according to your needs.
This trick saves my days !

See here:

Many thanks, this piece make me love my up mini even more! (I started getting nightmares about that annoying beep)

Great! Printed it on My UP! Mini, but I had to increase by 2.5% to account for shrinking. But it works like a charm! Doesn't fully cover ALL of the sound, but it dampens it well enough.

Nice to lower the sound loudness. Thanks!

Does anyonve any pictures or a video on how to do this? Thanks

It's super simple, open your up printer on the back, and put on the cap over the beeper (looks like this : https://www.google.nl/search?q=beeper&espv=2&biw=1120&bih=603&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwib7dW-7KnNAhXBLcAKHdSZDjQQ_AUIBigB#tbm=isch&q=beeper+speaker&imgrc=k3u-x27Iq7XpwM%3A ). make sure to NOT touch any wires and handle everything you do touch gently. Seriously, just open the back panel with a screwdriver and place the printed part. it's like lego's

thanks for sharing !

The Best add-on.. great job!

You, Sir, are a genius. Thank you so much!

I rotated so that in printed upside down. First print was too small for my up, but up-scaling the X and Y axis by 1.15 in the Up software made it fit perfectly! Cheers.

This thing saved my ears, thank you so much!

Anyone have any incite on how to reach the UP! Mini speaker... It's in the back of the unit and isn't really accessible as far as I can see...

Take the back plate off. Unscrew the screws

Great idea! Thanks so much!

Thanks for this! Such a small thing but makes huge difference! :)

Thanks for posting this!! 
Great idea! It is way better than the tape I put over the speaker, which
is what was suggested on the http://pp3dp.compp3dp.com website.