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Coin Radio is a fun and exciting radio designed for children. It is designed as a novelty way of interacting with the radio compared to the traditio...
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We started this project by being given a small portable sony radio. Simply taking the back and front off it left us with the circuit board speakers an...
at this stage the circuit board should be fully detached from the original plastic casing. The next thing that should be done is attaching a micro swi...
For cutting out the wood for the base of the radio cut out the measurements bellow (measurements are in mm) 2X (220x50) front and back 2X (107x5...
for the plastic on the top cut out. use clear acrylic plastic but the thickness does not matter. Mine was 5mm 3X (220x180) front middle and back 4X...
For the grill for the front of the radio cut a piece of thin plywood (100x 40) and cut holes into it as well for the sound to exit. I cut mine on th...
For this part of the process glue the 220x 5 onto the left hand side of the 220x180 the other 220x5 onto the right. as an extra cut out a small semi ...
gluing the wooden box together. Glue the top front and back and the right side at this stage. the other side will have to be left off till you fit a...
using a flame i melted the plastic down on the edges to smooth off the edges.
glue the two together so that they fit securely and make sure the coin will drop down the hole.
attach the circuit board to the to the top of the bottom piece of wood and slide up. attach 2 rods coming up from the volume and the tuning to act as ...
add any dials you wish and create a lever for the side to open so you can remove the coin in turn turning the radio off.
Radio should now be complete Enjoy !
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