20+ Cool 3D Printable Speakers STL Files


Here we’ll look at some of my favorite 3D printed speaker and amplifier models. These range from simple to kitsch and modular speakers for designed for future improvement.

Just be warned that many of the 3D printed speakers we’ll look at today do require some electrical engineering and mechanical knowledge. If you’re worried about not having the skills, I recommend jumping to the ‘Educational 3D Printed Speakers’ segment for more involved instructions.

We’ve also included some low-tech options for those of you who don’t know how to handle electrical components.

3D Printed Speakers (That Sound Great)

Click on each link below to navigate to each section of speakers:

  • Design-Focused: Merging Artistic Design with Immersive Audio.
  • Functionality-Focused: Where Practicality and Power Harmonize on Your Desktop.
  • Educational: Embark on a Sonic Journey from Learning to Listening.
  • Modular Speakers: Tailored Tunes with Modular Designs for Every Ambiance.
  • Low-Tech: Celebrate Simplicity with Unfiltered Sound.
  • Retro Styles: Relive the Past with Classic Designs Packed with Modern Acoustics.

Design-Focused Speakers

1. Companion Cube Speaker

Portal fans will agree that there’s no better way to adorn a PC than with this gaming 3D print of the beloved Companion Cube.

It’s printed in multiple parts and assembled, so you’re going to want to have some good glue handy for when you’re done printing. The order of assembly is laid out with the STL files, so you’ll want to follow them carefully.

For the full Portal look, I recommend printing the optional base too, which is designed after the pressure plates seen throughout the game.

2. Pokéball Case for Echo Dot

  • Download: Cults3D
  • Designer: RYUSHIROW
  • Price: $2.64
3D Printed Speaker Pokéball

Pokémon fans are everywhere, and whether you love the games, anime, cards, or the whole thing, you’re going to want this impressive yet simple Pokéball amplifier for your Echo Dot.

And if you like that one, then why not check out other Pokémon-themed 3D printed speakers like Pikachu or Snorlax?

The individual parts don’t require supports for printing, and there are included holes for cables to make sure the Dot stays comfortably plugged in when in use.

3. Deathly Hallows Speaker

  • Download: Printables
  • Designer: Tomáš Stratil
  • Price: Free

The Deathly Hallows symbol is immediately recognizable to Harry Potter fans, and it actually makes for a decent Bluetooth speaker if you have one. This 3D printed speaker is designed for use with a Creative MUVO 2C, but can be easily resized to suit different model types.

Like many of the items on the list, you will need some experience in electronics, though the links to what you need and the instructions are all included with the files. The design as it is doesn’t require rafts or supports, however, so you should have no problem printing the basic shape while you figure out the more technical sides.

4. NOMOON Speaker

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: nothinglabs
  • Price: Free

The Death Star is the perfect shape for a 3D printed speaker, and is a great way for Star Wars fans to add a little space magic to their desks.

Because it’s a sphere, you will need to double check your raft settings before printing to ensure a reliable build. But don’t be discouraged, the designer has included very clear print and assembly instructions to make sure you know what you’re doing from start to finish.

5. Gir Speaker

  • Download: Pinshape
  • Designer: jobsmolders
  • Price: Free
Gir Speaker

Invader Zim fans will agree that this 3D printed Gir speaker is a must. The oversized mouth of the sidekick makes the perfect amplifier for small speakers or even just a fun desktop ornament in its own right.

If you’re a hobbyist who likes to knit or sew as well as 3D print, then you’ll have a wonderful time making his iconic dog disguise too for some extra fun.

Functionality-Focused 3D Printed Speakers

If you prize functionality over design, then you’ll want to check out these function-focused 3D printed speakers that both look good and sound great.

6. ‘HexiBox’ Microspeakers

This innovative design is perfect for those of you with speakers that are just a little too quiet for your liking. The echo chamber inside extends the range of the speakers without sacrificing quality.

You’ll need to make sure the model is sliced with supports before printing to make sure it prints soundly, and you may need to tinker with the infill settings depending on the material you’re using.

7. Mini Maze Speaker

The Mini Maze speaker is designed for those of you who want a good balance of functionality and decorative appeal. The minimalist speaker can be fitted with any kind of frame to suit your home décor, and it’s not so big that it will be a problematic print if you have limited space.

Each part is included as STL files, as are the necessary components you’ll need to put it all together after printing. So if you’re looking for a challenging but rewarding 3D printed speaker to get stuck into, this is the one for you.

8. 3-in-1 Stand, Speaker, and Earbud Holder

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: ellaenazul
  • Price: Free
Low-Tech iPhone Speaker

This 3-in-1 3D printed speaker also acts as a phone stand and earphone holder. Designed for just about any smartphone so anyone can charge their phone while simultaneously amplifying its sound.

The only real issue with this print is that the earphone stand is designed for wired earphones, so it will really only act as a 2-in-1 if you use AirPods or similar.

9. Hi-Fi Desktop Speakers and Subwoofer

If you have a small 3D printer and want to print some high-quality speakers, then look no further. This hi-fi/subwoofer set was designed to be printed with 3D printers as small as the Prusa Mini, which has a build volume of only 180x180x180mm.

The video above is just one demonstration of these 3D printed speakers, and the Thingiverse link contains many more examples and tutorials to show you what kind of audio quality to expect when you’re done!

Educational 3D Printed Speakers

With these designs, you’ll learn by doing and have access to detailed tutorials and instructions to help you along the way.

10. 3D Printed Boombox Tutorial

  • Download/Learn: Prusa3D
  • Designer: Jakub Kočí
  • Price: Free

The more nostalgic of you may miss the days of the old-school boombox before most household speakers were tubes, and if you do then you’ll love this 3D printed boombox speaker.

It’s the perfect 3D printed speaker for beginners, as the design files come with everything you’ll need from extra hardware to complete assembly instructions.

11. 3D Printed Bluetooth Speaker Tutorial

  • Download: Cults3D
  • Designer: DUKEDOKS
  • Price: $2.33

For a more modern design, you can instead choose to learn how to 3D print your own speakers with this Bluetooth speaker print and assembly tutorial.

Here you’ll find everything from diagrams to links to purchase all the extra components you’ll need. By following the video and being very careful with the various electrical parts, you’ll find that this is a worthwhile and fun project that ends with some pretty awesome results.

12. 3D Printed Desk Speaker Tutorial

if you want to 3D print your own speakers but don’t even know where to begin, then you should check out this minimalist design. It has no enclosure and therefore no ‘interior’ parts, so you can easily fix any mistake you make during assembly.

Instructables is the go-to for those of you who need as many instructions as possible laid out in clear detail that anyone can follow. And these 3D printed desk speakers are the perfect place to start.

With helpful pictures, diagrams, and walkthroughs, anyone should be able to have a fun time getting their head around this impressive yet simple 3D printed speaker.

Modular 3D Printed Speakers

13. 3D Printed Sound Bar

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: jongdepaul
  • Price: Free
Modular Speakers

If your TV just isn’t producing enough sound for your liking, then you’ve probably already considered getting a sound bar for your living or movie rooms. This modular speaker system is designed to be added to as needed until you get the perfect sound coming from your device.

Be advised that this is by no means a simple print, and you will need a good idea of what you’re doing with electronics and soldering to make sure everything is assembled so it can produce the ideal sound.

14. Modular Speaker Tutorial

  • Download/Instructions: Youmagine
  • Designer: Thomas Sanladerer
  • Price: Free

Another 3D printed speaker for those of you who need a little more hand-holding than 3D printing veterans is this modular speaker that comes with a complete and comprehensive tutorial.

By printing and assembling this speaker in its standard form, you should gain enough knowledge to begin making improvements to it, replacing and upgrading various parts over time as a long-term project.

15. Modular Mario Speakers

  • Download: Printables
  • Designer: DIY Machines
  • Price: Free

Mario fans need not be left out of the fun that is 3D printing modular speakers, as these power-up speaker blocks will show.

Not only are they fantastic and well-detailed modular speakers, but they also act as lamps or disco lights if you choose to include some LEDs. Of course, you will need some electrical knowledge before diving in, but with enough elbow grease, you’ll find yourself with a great set of Mario-themed speakers that can connect to each other ad infinitum.

Low-Tech 3D Printed DIY Speakers

Eco-friendly 3D printed speakers offer electricity-free amplifiers for use with your phone or similar device without extra components. You can print and use a few green speakers without an active power supply.

16. iPhone Spirula Speakers

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: YoungBuck
  • Price: Free
3D Printed Spirula Speaker

As phones age or their speakers become dusty, they get quiet, and so 3D printed spirula speakers can be found just about everywhere and in many forms to help amplify an old phone’s speaker system.

This low-tech solution to your audio needs also requires no additional components or electronics, making it not only a very easy print even for beginners, but also one of the most eco-friendly 3D printed speakers on this list.

17. Hex Phone Amplifier

The hex phone amplifier is another 3D printed speaker for those of you who want a low-tech solution when looking to amplify your phone’s sound. Its simple design can be modified easily in any slicer to suit whichever model phone you have, and it’s printable on just about any 3D printer.

Because of its simple shape, you shouldn’t need to worry about supports, rafts, or print volume, making it great for both beginners as well as those of you who don’t want to – or can’t – tinker with extra hardware or circuitry.

Retro and Historic 3D Printed Speakers

18. Low-Fi Speaker

  • Download: Printables
  • Designer: thenickdude
  • Price: Free

The old style speakers are still popular in many traditionally decorated homes, and there’s no reason you can’t 3D print your own to go along with a more rustic or retro décor.

To acquire the look seen here, you are going to need some wood PLA, though if you can’t get a hold of any you can always design the frame separately and create a sort of chassis.

However you decide to go about printing this blast from the recent past, you’ll be happy to know that a full set of instructions with helpful photos is waiting to help you.

19. Gramophone Speaker for Echo Dot

3D Printed Gramaphone Retro Speaker

If you’re a fan of old-school audio equipment, you’ll likely enjoy this 3D print that combines the old technology of yesteryear with the modern-day Echo Dot.

The design is made to hide the Echo Dot from view while amplifying its sound and still making sure it’s capable of hearing your commands, though you may feel a little silly talking into a gramophone horn.

20. Retro Radio 3D Printed Bluetooth Speaker

3D Printed Speaker

Vintage radios are one of the more quaint things found in traditional décor, and if you’re like me and find an inexplicable comfort in them, then you’ll love this 3D printed speaker designed to look just like a 1940s radio model that no home was ever without.

3D Printed Speakers Head

Unfortunately, things are a little more high-tech these days, so despite the rustic nature of this print you are going to need a lot of extra parts and some know-how. But don’t worry, you can easily find both on the Instructables page here.


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