Dubbed NOMOON, this DIY project was created and shared by thingiverse user nothinglabs. This is a cool project that combines the aesthetics of Star Wars with the functionality of audio fidelity.
NOMOON is a parametric spherical 3d-printed speaker generator created in OpenSCAD. NOMOON can create spherical speaker enclosures of any volume. You can configure things like wall thickness, bass port dimensions, number of screw holes, etc.
NOMOON also includes a speaker stand. If your speakers tend to rotate forward in the stands – strategic application of a rubber band can solve this.
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