AKEMAKE, an e-commerce project focused on optimization and publishing of 3D models for the purpose of 3D printing has just unveiled their latest creation. Designed by Ondra Chotovinsky, Spirula is the world’s first 3D printed desktop speaker made from a wooden material called Timberfill manufactured by Fillamentum.
The design has been inspired by the small internal shell of the deep sea squid like species. Its form and full range speaker system are a marriage of quality sound and modern aesthetics – producing a timeless piece that allows you to stream 3D printing ideology with us. Spirula has the perfect size to fit into most home and office desktop setups, or to be an original design piece of your living room.
AKEMAKE will be producing a limited edition of the Spirula made available for purchase online. For those who have a 3D printer and filament at home can create their own Spirula by following the DIY guidelines and specifications.
AKEMAKE is a team of design and technology enthusiasts with a wealth of knowledge and more than 20 years of professional experience in the fields of CAD design, Rapid Prototyping, Project Management and Marketing. They are currently in the process of developing this platform which allows customers to browse their database of digital products and buy a model of their choice as 3D print-ready CAD file.