Shell Amplifier Prototype

Public v2 prototype for the latest Bhold x Ultimaker product.

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Prototype amplifier for tablets. First public v1 is the Boombox Stand here:

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Carousel thumb sound amplifier for tablet
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PP3DP - UP! Plus
We used gold PLA. Very good result! The product is very well designed. Needed almost no support.
Shell Amplifier Prototype for Tablets The idea of not having to use headphones and speakers is amazing. By using the amplifier you can move around the office or house, with the tablet, without worrying about the cables and wires. By using it the difference of the sound volume / acoustics is obvious. The sound of the videos played on the tablet is redirected though the amplifier and becomes louder and clearer. You can feel the amplifier vibrate.
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