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TheNewJasonBourne t1_ja1a6el wrote

If you think you’ll learn AutoCAD from scratch well enough to make this piece in any reasonable period of time, I have news for you.


5degreenegativerake t1_ja1e1mp wrote

I would suggest just buying a similar Bluetooth speaker unit and then just pull it apart and put it into your package. It becomes a huge project if you need to learn how to code Bluetooth, setup audio amps, battery management, charging circuits, etc….


Few_Ad_5677 t1_ja1gtbu wrote

Rockler sells a small speaker kit that can get you started


Guygan t1_ja1ie78 wrote

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