Node Audio Facility Walkthrough: Learn How Hylixa 3D Printed Speakers Are Made

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Created to disrupt the HiFi industry, the 3D printed Hylixa loudspeakers look different from traditional bulky box-like models. The novel speaker’s complex geometry and cutting-edge acoustic innovation were designed and developed by Node Audio (Node) and made from glass and nylon particles thanks to advanced manufacturing techniques. Founders David Evans and Ashley May are pushing the limits of audio possibilities by exploring laser-based 3D printing technology and offering a richer sound that envelops the listener “as if the artist was in the room.”

During a special presentation of Node’s state-of-the-art facility, Evans and May provide a walkthrough of the company’s headquarters in Cambridge, UK, which have been outfitted with advanced manufacturing equipment. In the six-minute video, presented exclusively by 3DPrint.com and embedded below, viewers get to witness the entire production sequence. From the moment the first part is 3D printed to the final product, every aspect of the process has been carefully thought through and shows years of research and development.

Read more here: https://3dprint.com/276103/d-node-audio-facility-walkthrough-learn-how-hylixa-3d-printed-speakers-are-created/

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