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DIY IEM cases project help

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Hi all 

 

Ive got access to a "high" resolution 3D printer (0.1mm) and thought a great project could be making some cases for custom IEM.

 

I was hoping someone may be willing to work with me to make a sample set. I would be after ideally someone who can create the model they need in a CAD/STL format.

 

If not I may be able to design the unit but I would need dimensions.

 

This is just a test really to see if it would be suitable for this sort of project and could be fun.

 

So if anyone would be interested at all let me know and then can update this thread with the results!

 

(Note:I can only print in dark blue)

post #2 of 3
Ideally you would see an audiologist to make a mold of your ear canal. Then you would take a bunch of photos of the mold(s) and render them in some type of software (you can probably ask around what software you can use). Once you made a 3d rendering of the mold in the computer, you should be able to print it out using CAD.
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Check my thread here

http://www.head-fi.org/t/616728/ciem-digital-manufacturing-hybrid-iem

 

PM me I can send you an stl file.

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