Expose 3D printed desktop speakers by Simon Ellison  @FGIDEAS

New Zealander designer Simon Ellison has utilized multi material 3D printing methods to bring forth the idea of a new manufacturing technique into the realm of speaker drivers. With this, the additive combination-material print process results as a solid construction, allowing for complex and structurally intricate details. Working together with an audio engineer, the speaker is conceived to push the boundaries of traditional hi-fi sound design, exploring the ratios of digital material production.

Posted: July 31, 2018  |  3345 Views
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