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Encapsulated speaker

by ndres, published

Encapsulated speaker by ndres Aug 29, 2014

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Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiT_cn6-nq4
My blog and more information: http://www.conplexio.blogspot.com

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Items:
1 neodymium magnet d:9mm h:5mm
Printed parts; one of each
Magnet wire
Printing the element testing the worthiness of your printer will result better sound quality, I did use layer height of 0.1mm and leaving some space for improvements to see in the future. Rest is up to the playfulness. After printing both the element and the mount I did attach the magnet with some glue and winded the coil to satisfy my audio amplifier with 4? of rebellion.
Brevity is the soul of wit; everything was crumpled with the aid of the infamous glue to form the matter.
For more information visit my blog. :)

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Nice work! Love seeing someone make the actual speaker rather than just an enclosure for a manufactured one. Great look for this little guy too.

Thanks! Well its a proof of concept taken little bit further.. I have little amplifier lying around from school assignment.. next thing could be to put it in use and print the speaker flavored with an aux input :)

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