An angular speaker enclosure for 3 in speaker drivers.
Printed in two pieces, top/front and bottom/back. Then sealed together with epoxy after speaker and binding posts are mounted internally.
The internal of the enclosure features additional angular panels to help reduce the standing wave effect of sound bouncing off the flat back wall. Some say this is not a real concern, (and it certainly shouldn't be on a small speaker like this,) but hey it looks cool, it might help in some way, and I like it!
I printed mine in PLA, though ABS and PETG should work just as well.
Hatchbox Wood for the top/front and eSun Warm White for the bottom/back. Printed in 0.3mm layer height for both pieces because I liked the inconsistent, heavy layered look of the wood filament for this project.