Reposted from here.

A team of design and technology enthusiasts at Akemake has created a beautiful speaker using 3D printing and wood filament. If you have your own 3D printer to make some of the components, this beautiful speaker can be built for just $120 in parts and materials.

Inspired by the shape of the internal shell of spirula, a species of deep water squid-like cephalopod mollusk known as ram’s horn squid, designer Ondra Chotovinsky of Akemake designed and printed the Spirula parts in just 18 hours, more specifically 2 x 9hrs

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