Print+ has created an interesting new headphone kit that allows anyone with access to a 3D printer to use the supplied electrical components and padding to create their very own customised and very personal set of headphones.
The DIY headphone kits include everything you need including the 3D printing files required to print the plastic components which are then assembled to create the finished headphones.
In the video the development team explain more about this unique 3D printed headphone kit that provides an easy way to construct headphones using printable parts.
3D print the plastic parts in the color of your choice on your 3D printer. If you don’t have a printer use a local 3D Hub. Combine the 3D printed parts with components from the print+ headphone kit. Assembly is super simple, no screws, glue or tools required – just a pair of hands!
Files for the 3D printed parts will be available as free download. The parts are very easily printed without support structure and take about 20 hours to finish. There will be 3 basic designs available at first. There are five parts to be printed: speaker housing (2x), speaker cover (2x) and frame (1x)
If you do not own a 3D printer, parts can be easily ordered from our Launch Partner 3D Hubs. 3D Hubs is a worldwide network of 3D Printers, with over 22.000 3D printers in 156 countries – so there is always a printer near you.
Jump over to Kickstarter to purchase your kit from €13 and learn more about the build process.
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