Published On Apr 08, 2020
3D printing parts that are more complex than what we usually make can be daunting - especially when it also needs to look good! Making my own 5.1 surround satellite speakers was a project I started over two years ago and today we're finally finishing it. There were plenty of hiccups and mistakes - I'll show you all of them so that you don't have to make them yourself!
The speakers were modeled with Onshape, unfortunately, I don't have the models anymore or I'd gladly share them with you.
Front: Visaton FR10 + SC5
Rear: Visaton FR10HM
PLA filament from Matterhackers, Fillamentum, DAS FILAMENT and Atom 3D
Printed on the Atom 2.5 EX
T-Shirt from Proto-Pasta
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