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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

This was done for my MSc Dissertation. Geometry was defined using Grasshopper, including bolt hole location, size, etc.

You can find more details about the design objectives, 3D-Printing here:
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283072132_Development_of_a_3d-Printed_Dodecahedron_Loudspeaker_for_Improved_Omni-directional_Sound_Radiation

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Comment by Andrew Steele on April 8, 2016 at 3:51pm

Kim hauer -- Thanks for the comments. This wasn't designed to be a consumer product, it is a loudspeaker for acoustic engineers to conduct room acoustic measurements. The objective was to improve the omnidirectional sound radiation. Therefore, consideration for dusting & cable location were not prioritized over acoustic performance.

Comment by Kim hauer on April 8, 2016 at 2:29pm

Sorry mate! 

1. I don't want to do more dusting at each speaker cone location.

2. Take the darn electrical cord down through the stand.

Preferably I don't want to see another appliance that needs plugging in.

(where is the next Tesla?, we really need him/her!)

FIY: my current 3 screen computer setup with Wifi, Router, Backup, Printer)(s), Speakers, etc. requires 14 electrical plugins and all those damn wires. ....yikes!

good luck with your project!

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