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Nautilux

by renaudchine Feb 11, 2018
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Is it necessary to use a wood filament?

You can use any color of filament you want. Enjoy !

Would love to test them, have 3.3" fullrange speakers here. Would the design work anyways? Or print them at smaller percentage?
Would the parts still fit if scaled down? Or likely to create trouble?

Sorry but can you also share the 2 piece design with me also? Really appreciate it!

Have you printed the second one yet? Are they up to audiophile demands?
Would there be any acoustical advantage to print in wood filament compared to normal PLA?

found this speaker through this Instructables newsletter
https://www.instructables.com/id/3D-Printed-Nautilus-Speakers/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email

I think he should post a link to your design instead of a screenshot.

Thanks, anyway, this is not a problem at all. My wife and I we really love to print things, share, build.

This design is not so fine for audio performance. The total volume is not enough for my 4" speakers (cannot remember exactly how much it is) and we have a better design with an Ikeahack speakers using a total voume of 9 liters, just fine for the thing.

First version is here: https://sites.google.com/view/hackastrophic/music-gear/speakers/blanda-28?authuser=0

We have made some progress on the subject recently.

any chance you've got this as two halves instead of the three pieces? Or do you have the full STL, or cad file and I can split it myself?

I have these files as 2 halves, that will fit a a 4inch full range speaker.

Can you share them please? Either through a new “thing” or email?

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Interested in the 2 halves if you would like to share :)

Also would like to have in 2 parts, my printer has a large table and I believe it would look better without many welds

I got them as 2 halves

Could somebody drop a link with suggested set of electronics and connectors needed to complete the project? Gearbes bangoo ebay amazon?

You don't need much.
It's just a 4" full range driver and 2 connectors and bit of wire. Because it's full range, there are no crossovers to worry about and the amp is separate - these are just passive speakers.
Some example parts on this instructable...
https://www.instructables.com/id/3D-Printed-Nautilus-Speakers/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email

Very Cool. I wonder if it would be better to print in 2 pieces if you have a large enough bed? Any chance I can get a 2 piece version I lined it up on a cr-10 bed and it looks like it'll print in 2 pieces.

I got it in 2 pieces

what size speaker?

It says 4" in the parts list

looks great, how is the audio?

We have only one right now, we need to print the second one to listen to the stereo.
We just fixed our 3D printer (hot bed with poor connection). We will give you some feedback on the audio as soon as we test it.