I think I saw that speaker before - what kind of driver do you think they use?
I kind of like the idea of 3d printers, but I think I would get more use out of a laser or plasma cutting machine, 7 axis mill etc, but those are pretty full on. Most of the things I want to make are large sized and need to be robust. I thought about what would be involved to make some decent audio furniture, and to have parts custom machined you may as well fork out for the higher priced racks. I think I will just save up for a quadraspire (reluctantly, there was a much cheaper option but it wont fit my gear):
The speaker should be using electrostatic drivers, I suppose. But then again, it's only power is either from the Li-ion battery or USB power.
I'm actually interested in a 3D printer because... me and another local head-fier is actually in the process of making a full scale T50RP mod. Everything new, from cups to headband and baffle and all. The only constant is the driver. Sure there's 3D print services around, but having one of my own actually is appealing more than just this project. Oh and since it's $100 CAD it's slightly cheaper than $100 USD.