Ribbonmicrophone Part 1 the Motorframe

Ribbonmicrophone Part 1 the Motorframe 3d printed Mechanical parts Music
Ribbonmicrophone Part 1 the Motorframe 3d printed Mechanical parts Music Ribbon Microphone
Ribbonmicrophone Part 1 the Motorframe 3d printed Mechanical parts Music Ribbon Microphone
Ribbon Microphone
Ribbonmicrophone Part 1 the Motorframe 3d printed Mechanical parts Music Ribbon Microphone detail
Ribbonmicrophone Part 1 the Motorframe 3d printed Mechanical parts Music Ribbon Microphone detail
Ribbon Microphone detail
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Ribbonmicrophone Part 1 the Motorframe 3d printed Mechanical parts Music
Ribbonmicrophone Part 1 the Motorframe 3d printed Mechanical parts Music
This is the motorframe of the mic. Its the mountingpiece for the ribbon and magnets. And the audio trafo plus the XLR connector. To build the microphone you must order the next parts, Part 1 the motorframe, Part 2 the capsule, Part 3 the stelframe and 2 times Part 4 the ribbonplates. These parts ar all 3D printed parts. For making the microphone work you need to a couple of more parts. They are, 2 magnets, 1.8 micron alluminium foil, audiotrafo ( we use the trafo's from BeyerDynamics), a piece of thin copperplate, 1 Neutrik male XLR connector and a couple of 2 and 3 mm nuts and bolds plus some wire. You can look for these parts yourselve our order them at 1818creativesolutions@gmail.com. If you need detaild instructions, have a question please send us a email. We are working hard to finisch our website so you can find all the info there.
cm: 2.89 w x 14.8 d x 2.89 h
in: 1.138 w x 5.827 d x 1.138 h

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