3D Printed Radio

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  • This is what is often called a "Crystal Radio"
  • This design uses a 3d printed housing+coil core (in one part), magnet wire, aluminum foil, some small springs, a diode (or crystal detector if diodes are unavailable or you want the challenge/effect), and a small in ear monitor (IEM, earbud, earpod ( these are called by many names)), as the only parts
  • recieves AM radio
  • Is very faint, but can be amplified with an external amplifier if desired

The Video

Title: First 3D Printed Radio That Actually Works!!

Author: 3DSage (Link to their channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjdHbo8_vh3rxQ-875XGkvw)

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