Laser-cut Bluetooth speaker

By Ben Everard. Posted

We tend to think of Fusion 360 as a design tool primarily for 3D printing, but it’s useful for all sorts of digital fabrication. This laser-cut speaker cabinet, for example, was designed in Fusion 360, enabling the maker to tweak elements of the plans multiple times without having to throw everything out of the window and start again from scratch.

This build uses repurposed electronics – namely a Bluetooth headphone set fed through an amplifier, and finally out through the speakers – and an original enclosure built out of ⅛-inch plywood.

From HackSpace magazine store


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