Resonance Speakers Made By 3D Printing

Resonance speakers are a pair of creative and bold ones made using 3D printing, which gave them a perfectlyim perfect and unique look

Resonance speakers are a pair of creative and bold ones made using 3D printing, which gave them a perfectlyim perfect and unique look

If you are looking for eye-catchy high-definition speakers, here they are! Hi-def in sound and low-res in construction, Resonance speakers are an exploration into the FDM 3d printing process. The process has historically been limited to rough prototyping. In fact, most designers find the blocky, layered appearance of fused deposition modeling unappealing for a final product. Resonance, however, takes advantage of the “low-res” look of FDM printing by using it in an unexpected way.

The speaker forms are printed in wood PLA on an UP box printer and then a resin-plaster mix is poured inside. The result: a perfectly imperfect speaker set with the visual and tactile qualities associated with desktop 3d printing. Chips in the plaster, stained areas that indicate higher concentrations of resin, as well as unique seams that creep up each of the speakers are just some of the character-giving fingerprints left over from the 3d printing process. These seams give each piece a unique look and it seems to be made by hand and not by printing.

The speakers are made of wood PLA and a resin mix and look as if they are really ceramic ones

The speakers are made of wood PLA and a resin mix and look as if they are really ceramic ones

There are unique seams that appear in the process of printing, and they make each piece unique

There are unique seams that appear in the process of printing, and they make each piece unique

Hang such speakers in your home for a unique modern look with a character

Hang such speakers in your home for a unique modern look with a character

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