Audio Bone Headphone

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Intro: Audio Bone Headphone

The idea of this project is to show the beauty of snowflake. This audio bone headphone is inspired by

snowflake, as snowflake is one of the most beautiful things in the world. This headphone is using audio bone device, instead of using traditional speaker.

Step 1: Build in 3D

I designed the model in Fusion 360 because it's easy to create precise models and keep track of changes. It's also a dream when it comes to 3D printing- just right click on the model, save as STL, and send it to your print utility.

Parts:

Big hexagon shape pattern (2)

Small hexagon shape pattern (2)

Soft internal part (2)

Outsider part (2)

Holder (2)

Step 2: 3D Print

In Fusion 360, you just need to right-click on any component or body and save as an STL, or even just press the make button. And then you can start printing your part in Makerbot software

Step 3: Spackling

Spackling those 3D print parts. This part is important as it fill holes, small cracks, and other minor surface on the prints parts.

Step 4: Prime It

Generally, using a primer improves the amount of coverage you get from spray paint and it provides additional benefits for the surfaces.

Step 5: Paint It

Select the color that you want, and start paint it!

Step 6: Assemble

Assemble parts together and glue it by superglue.

Step 7: Rendering

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    4 Discussions

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    TheAtomicSoul

    2 years ago

    -- Is this Instructable only about an attachment that covers the wearers ears when using an audio bone conductor headset like these: http://amzn.to/1N4T4h4

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    Tom Lanik

    2 years ago

    I'm not sure what to think about this "headphone" design. I'm speechless.

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    joen

    2 years ago

    Where's the rest of it?

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    seamster

    2 years ago

    These headphones look cool, but I'm missing how they work. Can you elaborate on that a little?