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Teenage Engineering Unleashes 3D-Printable Accessories for Ikea’s Frekvens Kit

Ikea’s Frekvens kit has just become even more customizable with the introduction of 3D-printable accessories from Stockholm-based Teenage Engineering. The renowned company, known for its OP-1 synthesizer, has taken the initiative to create modular add-ons that further enhance the kit’s practicality and playful aesthetic. Best of all, the CAD files for the accessories are free to download and compatible with any 3D printer.

The range of Frekvens hacks created by Teenage Engineering includes everything from practical additions, such as handles and side compartments for the Boombox, to more whimsical accessories like giraffes, chicken legs, cannon wheels, and detonator handles. These add-ons take the speakers to a whole new level, offering a unique and unparalleled party experience.

With Teenage Engineering’s innovative ideas and Ikea’s Frekvens kit, users can now create their own personalized sound system that’s both practical and playful. The possibilities are endless, and with the added convenience of 3D printing, there’s no limit to what creative minds can come up with.

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