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Tractrix horn for tweeter

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This is a Tractrix horn that I constructed with Fusion 360 (imported calculated data) and printed with Cura on my UM3.

 

At the back side of the horn a tweeter is going to be mounted and the whole stuff will become part of a stereo audio system (I made two of them for a friend of mine who is an audio fanatic).

 

Material: Ice PLA, colour "Glamorous Gold", printed with 0.8 nozzle and some PVA support.

 

 

 

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No idea yet how it sounds, because the guy who received the horns from me hasn't yet finished the speaker construction. I constructed and built it (the two horns) on demand.

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