[Lab] In-ear monitor clone with 3D printer
edgecity at rogers.com
Thu Jan 24 23:42:08 EST 2013
check out Cyberware. they have been doing custom hearing devices since 2000
On 2013-01-24, at 11:37 PM, Matthew Bells wrote:
> You might want to check out this DIY earbuds: http://blog.makezine.com/2010/08/25/collins-lab-custom-fit-earbuds/
> I’m not sure how you would use a 3D printer… you would need to make a very good scan to replicate it.
> From: lab-bounces at artengine.ca [mailto:lab-bounces at artengine.ca] On Behalf Of Joshua Mark
> Sent: 2013.January.23 11:16
> To: lab at artengine.ca
> Subject: [Lab] In-ear monitor clone with 3D printer
> Hi All,
> A few years ago I was doing research into how to make my own Westone ES-5 in-ear monitor clones. They're $1000 and custom fit. It has 5 drivers but components are still under $100. It dawned on me this morning how much easier the process could be with an accurate 3D printer.
> Is there any interest in investigating this? There's an factory tour here: http://www.engadget.com/2011/08/09/westone-lab-tour-how-in-ear-monitors-are-made-from-impressions/
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