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A good boombox is always handy to have around. If you’ve got access to a ShopBot and a laser cutter, you might want to give this minimalistic iPhone boombox from Instructables user MTriest a go. It’s novel acrylic and MDF sandwich case design could easily be modified to house other portable electronic projects on the cheap and compliments the iPhone’s design aesthetic nicely.

Adam Flaherty

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