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    3D Print Front Speaker Adapter

    So, the stock speakers in my Attrage cant really handle all the music i want to listen to.

    But i dont want to cut up my door to fit new speakers, so i made some adapters in tinkercad.

    You can download the adapters here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3850772

    Use some foam between the adapter and the door so it fits snug.


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    Looks good, but why not just buy some adapters?

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    To be honest, i did not look if i could buy some, i thought there were none.

    A quick google search just showed me that i was wrong

    Looks like i was stupid, but whatever maybe someone can use these for something.

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    I like it. If you got the printer and time... might as well. Its probably cheaper and faster than speaker adapters anyways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
    I like it. If you got the printer and time... might as well. Its probably cheaper and faster than speaker adapters anyways.
    Except 3D printed plastics sometimes deform in even moderately hot ambient temperatures. Otherwise, I think it's a clever use of the technology.
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    It all depends what material you use. The most common material, PLA will deform at relatively low temperatures. A lot of others won't.


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