These are the printable parts required to build a "Speaky".
I created this case to hold a set of desktop speakers and a Raspberry Pi that I'm using as an Airplay receiver. I based the case design (loosely) on some mid-century speakers I found on Google Images.
The bolts holding the backplate on were generated using aubenc's "Poor man's openscad screw library". I've also included a modified version of the bolt that act as a cable organizer.
More photos and details of this project can be found in this blog post.
Print the main body of the print with supports enabled. The other parts will print fine without raft/supports.
The main body is a long print (13 hours!) so made sure your platform is nice and level before starting.
- Print BoomBox1_TNH with supports. (raft optional)
- Print BoomBox2_TNH & BoomBox3_TNH without supports