This pair of speakers is designed to be produced mostly with CNC milling, which allows for the creation of complex 3D geometry. Each speaker's front face features a large, asymmetrical facet, which accents the shape and placement of the drivers and provides acoustic advantages over a traditional box design.
Before modeling these speakers in CAD, I went through several rounds of sketching iteration. The final design was modeled in Solidworks so that the body could be carved with a CNC router. I also produced renderings in Keyshot to verify the design and receive feedback before building it.
I built simple MDF enclosures with the same internal volume as the final design to test the sound.
An early CNC test with foam.
Preparing to assemble the crossover components
Modeling the whole speaker in Solidworks let me quickly evaluate the form with 3D printing