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The DIY Radio is designed to be produced and sold as a flat-pack unit, consisting of three parts. An electronics module, the main body, and a cover. All of ...
This step simply requires you to carefully unscrew all the screws in the outer shell and within the battery casing of the radio. Take care when pulling the ...
Hacking the radio chip requires extending the wiring of the components. Firstly, de-solder the 6 connection points for the tuner. Solder some 120mm wire in place. I found ...
This is the template for the radio. It is best to cut it out on a laser cutter to achieve the fine detail. If not, it could be ...
This step requires simply folding the template together. The grey side faces downwards, the side panels fold up, the bracket section folds back on itself so it rests ...
Place the electronics inside the radio. The speaker, AM/FM switch, the volume and the tuning dials all slot into the holes. The chip board fits into the bracket ...
Simply fold the cover over, and your low cost cardboard radio is done! I would really appreciate any feedback.
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