This is our Putin speaker system.
This project could not have been possible without the help from my good friend Bakhtiyor Primkulov.
Although I am in Brisbane,Australia and Bakhtiyor is in Tashkent, Uzbekistan we managed to work together in this project via Facebook.
I saw this on the internet after I had 3D printed the putin model (Vladimir Putin bust - no tie from BOBNOJIO
See inspiration here:
and I thought I could give it a go instead of paying the $1500 each.
my design is of course not the same and its not tuned or uses hi definition speakers like the one in the link, in fact mine is just a hobbyist attempt to make something similar without the skill of the artist that made the originals.
YOU CAN VISIT HIS WEBSITE HERE IF YOU WOULD LIKE THE REAL DEAL:
So this set up is for two x four inch split speakers.
One for the right channel and the other for the left channel.
The other parts we made to fit.
We mirrored the Putinator and cut it up a little to fit in my 3D printer as big as possible.
It is sized to fit a 5 inch speaker on each but I went for a 4 inch instead.
you are welcomed to resize it to suit your speaker set up.
the mass in kilograms for each part is as follow:
putin head is: 460 grams
putinator is: 660 grams
box base: 260 grams x 2
neck: 170 grams x 2
shirt: 460grams x 2
thats 2.9 kilos in total according to my machine (includes support as calculated by my machine as orientated as added to thingiverse)
your own resize, orientation might change these numbers.
you can see a couple of youtube videos here, one working with an apple watch.
ALSO IF YOU THINK AND HAVE A MODEL THAT YOU THINK HAS POTENTIAL PLEASE LET ME KNOW, I WOULD LOVE TO MAKE DIFFERENT PEOPLE.
my 3d printer doesn't have any settings to play with.
if you printer lets you have little infill go for it as i had to physically remove it from my two models with pliers and it made a mess.
With a career spanning over 15 years in the architectural industry Hugo has had the opportunity of working at some of Australia's most elite and award-winning firms including Woods Bagot and Rice Daubney, and has experience in managing and training a team of up to 50 members.
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