Prototyping

Milling a prototype bluetooth speaker.

Milling a prototype bluetooth speaker.

You can’t perform a listening test on a computer model! Warkwyn has a well-equipped in-house facility to create transducer, baffle and enclosure prototypes—quickly and cost-effectively. Our equipment includes band saws, table saws, circular saws, lathes, hydraulic presses, drill presses, painting, vacuum coating and welding equipment. We can create prototypes in a variety of materials including metal, plastic, wood, MDF and others. The degree of finish varies from “white-wood” proof-of-concept prototype speakers through drivers with welded steel baskets to fully finished show samples. When appropriate we outsource fabrication to trusted local machine shops and 3D SLA fabricators.

 

 

Forming a grille.

Forming a grille.

Turning a prototype faceplate.

Turning a prototype faceplate.

 

 

Clamping a prototype assembly.

Clamping a prototype assembly.

Gluing a micro-woofer

Gluing a micro-woofer

 

 

Modifying an extrusion for a prototype.

Modifying an extrusion for a prototype.

Aluminum diaphragm formed in-house using a CNC'd mold.

Aluminum diaphragm formed in-house using a CNC’d mold.

 

 

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