The original Open Source 3D printed loudspeaker driver, FD51-4OS was born from wanting to give something back to the community. Its frequency response and easy of production and assembly make it a perfect driver to get started and see what is really capable with 3D printing. Want more bass? Keep your eye on the upcoming WF81 series!
- 150-15,000Hz Frequency Response
- 68dB @1W/1M
- 3W Max Power Handling
- 72dB Maximum SPL (Single)
- 78dB Maximum SPL (Pair)
What do I need to make FD51-4OS?
- PLA Filament (Fillamentum PLA)
- TPE Filament (Fillamentum 92A)
- 2x (15x10mm) N35 Neodymium Magnets (Per Driver)
- 37SWG Wire (0.17mm) or 33AWG (0.18mm) copper wire
- Contact Adhesive Glue
What enclosures are available?
Want a cabinet to get you started, or ideas to make your own? Have a look at the cabinets I have already made which can be 3D printed at home by clicking on the link below:
FD51-4OS, like all the the FD51 line up has a 80x3mm screw thread built in to it, allowing it to support all the cabinets available and make your own. They also support Thomas Sandladerer’s M3-SK project, so you can experiment with the drivers and cabinets to find what best suits you.