As the challenge rewards a 3D printer, my main goal was to develop an enclosure to be printed.
My purpose is to mix new technology with a vintage look and feel. But I also want to make the enclosure the smallest possible and without unnecessary cutouts. The only cutouts available are the power chord and the audio out (but it can be eliminated with a Bluetooth USB setup).
It took me endless nights to figure out how to use the software to model the ideas I had, but it made me really excited with the end result. I really want to build one for myself. Hope you all like this project.
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