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The following project will show you how to take 3D Solidwork's renderings and 2D Illustrator files and create a minimalist iPhone boombox. The boombox is my design and ...
Materials: 1/2 inch MDF (Board Atleast 14 x 12) 1/4 inch MDF (Board Atleast 14 x 12) 1/4 inch Clear Acrylic 5/8 inch Dowel 1/2 inch Cloth Elastic ...
Tools: Laser Cutter CNC Router Soldering Iron Hand Router 5/8 inch Drill Bit Wire Cutters
Download the 3D Solidwork's files that I have uploaded. Send the files to a CNC Router. Cut out front and back panels. Cutting out extra's will allow room ...
Download the Adobe Illustrator files I have uploaded. Using a laser cutter, cut out the acrylic middle insert and the two 1/4 inch MDF inserts.
Line up the acrylic middle so that you can drill holes into the MDF for pegs. Drill 4 holes on each MDF panel. Be as accurate as possible ...
Finalize the MDF insert by wrapping your cloth elastic band over the cutout and using a small amount of epoxy on the sides.
Begin to take apart your Altec Lansing speaker. Be very careful during this step, this is the life of your object and you don't want to end up ...
Depending on the CNC router you used and how careful you were during construction you may need to do some finishing work on your speaker. I painted the ...
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