Hello! This was a radio that I did for my daughter play
Video running radio:http://www.youtube.com/user/PeckGenGibre?feature=mhum#p/a/u/0/fH7RgwhX8xQ
The radio was made with old cardboard box, bottle caps, hot glue and some electronic components salvaged from broken appliances. But they are easily found in electronics stores.
Works as follows: By pressing the right button, turn on the radio, turning on a light in the center and emitted a sound that has a variable rate, adjusted by the button on the left. Not a real radio but the effect amplified by the acoustics of the sound box is pretty cool.
In this first section I will show the construction of the box.
- Pieces of cardboard box in the common size of three A4 sheets (210mm x 295mm);
- Cast of radios. (Pictures);
- Contact paper with a drawing of wood (2 designs of different shades);
- 10 toothpicks;
- 2 caps of soda bottles;
- Hot glue