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This radio was designed for a University project. We were to chose a target market and then design the radio to suit that market. I chose to design ...
This is an exploded drawing of the radio and all its parts. With a list of the materials used.
Materials: - Hessian - 6mm Plywood - Sony ICFS22 Personal Radio - Wood glue Tools: - Soldering Iron - Sewing Needle - Laser cutter or a small saw ...
I unscrewed the radio and discarded the casing. I kept the battery pack however but cut it down to the smallest size possible. You are left with the ...
The shape of the radio is one that when you cut out many at a time (mass produce) there is minimal material wastage. I cut mine out on ...
The next step is adding in the electrical components. The Volume and Tuning are cut out of the side wall so you may need to back up the ...
The next step is sewing the cover on. you will need to drill holes all around the edge of the frame. I did them about 10mm apart. Then ...
After the sewing is done your radio should be finished and you can send it off to India, or keep it for yourself.
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