Orchestra
Orchestra

My speaker was designed to look like a modern, minimalist hi-fi speaker. I press-fit a box-like structure using 1/8'' laser cut MDF.

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Laser Cut Living Hinge
Laser Cut Living Hinge

I played around with some geometric patterns to give the top of my speaker an angled living hinge

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Design for Assembly
Design for Assembly

I used Molex crimp connectors to make each part of the speaker (volume control, LED, batteries) modular and easily detachable

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Orchestra
Orchestra

My speaker was designed to look like a modern, minimalist hi-fi speaker. I press-fit a box-like structure using 1/8'' laser cut MDF.

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Orchestra

As part of my Mechatronics course (MEAM 510), I built a speaker that could receive music via Bluetooth. The requirements of the project were to design the driver and filtering circuitry of the speaker, build a housing structure and program the embedded MAEVARM M2 micro-controller.

The end goal of the project were to form an "orchestra" of instruments made by ~110 students taking the class. Students were assigned specific frequency ranges that their instruments would be particularly suited to play within their designated frequency range (110-180 Hz). However, the instruments still needed to be able to play a complete range of musical frequencies. 

The MEAM 510 Orchestra Playing Rossini's "William Tell Overture"

My speaker's solo performance of "Happy Birthday"