This video feature is about 3D Printed Loudspeakers. The first to get their video out to the public was Cornell researchers in Hod Lipson’s Creative Machines Lab. Their goal is to move 3D Printing away from passive parts to printing integrated systems. For this project they used two different printers, but Hod Lipson, Associate Professor at Cornell University, believes soon we will be able to use a single printer for manufacturing complete functioning products. Check the video below to see the loudspeaker in action.
The second part of our 3D Printed Loudspeaker Video Feature is brought to you by Josef Prusa, the guy behind one of the most popular Open Source 3D printer Prusa Mendel. He is a bit disappointed that he didn’t release this material earlier, as Cornell Researchers now beat him to it. But if it’s of any consolation to Josef, he definitely chose a much doper tune to showcase his 3D Printed Speaker.