Introduction: Coconut Speaker.

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Olá, eu já tinha feito este instructable de como montar uma caixa de som reaproveitando 2 caixas de som estragadas, cocos e bambus, mas eu tinha excluído sem querer e agora estou postando denovo.

espero que gostem.

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Hello, I had already done this instructable on how to build a speaker reusing 2 speakers spoiled coconuts and bamboo, but I had inadvertently deleted and now I'm posting again.
I hope you enjoy.

Step 1: Required Materials

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Primeiramente precisaremos dos auto-falantes, eu tinha em casa uma caixinha de som que plugava o pen drive e ela tocava, mas a placa dela acabou queimando, e uma outra caixa de som de computador, que os auto-falantes tinha queimado, eu aproveitei a sua placa e seus fios.

Utilizei 3 cocos, 3 pedaços de bambu, um pouco de "durepoxi", lixas, Verniz geral em spray, tinta dourada em spray, borrachinhas de CD-rom estragado e cola quente.

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First we need the speakers, I had at home a box of sound that put the flash drive and played it, but it ended up burning the board, and another speaker, computer speakers that had burned, I I took his card and its wires.
I used 3 coconuts, 3 pieces of bamboo, a little "durepoxi", sandpaper, general spray varnish, gold spray paint, rubber bands from damaged CD-rom and hot glue.

Step 2: Cut the Coconut and Bamboo

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Começar medindo o tamanho do seu auto-falante e então marcar os cocos para corta-los, não esquecer de furar em um dos três buraquinhos do coco, cortar também três pedaço de bambu para server de pé para o speaker, e por final lixar bem os cocos e os bambus para ficar bem bonito. haha

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Begin by measuring the size of your speakers and then mark the coconuts to cut them, do not forget to stick in one of the three holes of the coconut also cut three piece bamboo server for standing for the speaker, and a final sanding and coconuts and bamboos to stay pretty well. haha

Step 3: Assembly

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Agora é só colocar os auto-falantes no buracos dos cocos, colocando pela borda com cola quente, para colocar o controle do amplificador eu utilizei "durepoxi" para modelar os controle no coco e então lixar, pintar e passar o verniz.

Colocar os bambus utilizando "Durepoxi" dentro do bambu em contado com os cocos, e então passar o verniz em todo o speaker.

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Now just put the speakers in the holes of coconuts, putting the edge with hot glue to put control of the amplifier I used "durepoxi" for modeling control in coconut and then sanding, paint and varnish pass.
Putting the bamboos using "durepoxi" inside the bamboo into contact with coconuts, and then pass the veneer around the speaker.

Step 4: Finished

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É isso ai, bem simples, eu acho, hahaha.

Obrigado ae :D

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That's it, pretty simple, I guess, hahaha.

Thanks : D

Comments

bhvm (author)2017-05-07

Yummy coco speakers!

fabianobss (author)2016-03-31

Beautifully desined, I'll try.

jpereira20 (author)2014-08-30

muito bom, eu quero fazer isto!

michaelgc (author)2014-08-19

Beautiful Job!

S0uraV_DAS (author)2014-06-19

nice work...looks pretty neat...

S0uraV_DAS (author)2014-06-19

nice work...looks pretty neat...

TheAmazing (author)2014-06-09

So what speakers exactly did you use? And did you have to make any modifications to the speaker itself for it to fit?

ovalball (author)2014-06-08

Ace. & also something we can all do. Cheers.

Kevinaso (author)2014-06-07

looks really cool but what is dureproxi? never heard of it and cant find it online

ASCAS (author)2014-06-07

Such a beauty! :D

phoe (author)2014-06-07

awesome bit of thinking, coming up with these... I'm already thinking of tweaks, so you could still use the coconuts as "horses' hooves" Monty-Python style :-)

1651101501 (author)2014-06-06

很好看 ,I like it so much.

jlovato-ohrogge (author)2014-06-05

New to this app, my first favorite already

manuka (author)2014-06-05

BRAVO -very tropical -ideal for a poolside bar etc! Cutting the shell neatly can be tricky, so finished half shell bowls may suit quicker designs?

Firm tapping with a heavy knike around the full shell will usually split it neatly - it's a sound often heard at meal prep. time in places like Samoa. Many dogs enjoy the flesh inside & will readily gnaw it away if hungry!

homesteadcat (author)2014-06-05

WOW! That is GREAT!!!!!

mazmoiz (author)2014-06-05

Simply Amazing !! Love those Coconut shell speakers...

wcr (author)2014-06-05

Very Thanks guys, means a lot to me! :D

steveastrouk (author)2014-06-05

Beautiful work.

muito obrigado

darklotus (author)2014-06-05

These are elegant in both senses of the word!

They're both stylish and graceful in appearance and the idea is pleasingly ingenious and simple - well done!

fre21 (author)2014-06-04

Legal! I like it!

...i love this two natural material Coconut and Bamboo!

I hope to see soon your next instructables please

seamster (author)2014-06-03

Very nice! I love the way they look, very well done.

kelleymarie (author)2014-06-03

These are beautiful! Really nice work wcr.

rubenrijst (author)2014-06-03

Super!

nodcah (author)2014-06-03

Nice job! They look really well-done/professional!

wcr (author)nodcah2014-06-03

thank you @nodcah :D

doodlecraft (author)2014-06-03

These are so fun and I love coconut shells! :) Great job!

wcr (author)doodlecraft2014-06-03

thank you @doodlecraft :D

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