Spirula: World’s First 3D Printed Speaker Made From 100% Wood

by , 06/05/14

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The 3D printing team at AKEMAKE has just unveiled Spirula, the world’s first 3D printed speaker made from 100% wood. Designed in a spiral shape inspired by the deep sea Nautilus and squid, the Spirula is a small and timeless piece that can fit into any home or office environment. In addition to a limited edition of the Spirula that AKEMAKE has produced for purchase online, they’ve also included the specifications and DIY guidelines so that anyone with a 3D printer and filament can print their own at home.


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1 Comment

  1. Belzebub June 5, 2014 at 7:19 pm

    How can you print wood?! The guidelines on the site say “PLA”.

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