Do It Yourself – Tutorials – You challenged me! 3D Printing Dash Speaker Pods

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Do It Yourself – Tutorials – You challenged me! 3D Printing Dash Speaker Pods

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Do It Yourself – Website Tutorials

I’m building custom speaker pods to hold a tweeter and midrange speaker that are part of a 3 Way Component Set in the front of this Jeep Wrangler. One of you guys asked: “Why not 3D Print the pods?” and I couldn’t help but try to challenge myself and see if I could pull it off. In this video we avoid fiberglassing custom speaker pods and instead design and 3d print a solution for these custom speakers for our car audio system.

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