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While at PIF Camp in Trenta Slovenia we tested the Brother ScanNCut with Statex conductive fabric to make eTextile speakers. Denis began the project by drawing samples of the coils on his computer. Next we fused an iron on adhesive, Pellon Heat Bond, to one side of the conductive fabric. Scanning the coil samples into the […]Read more ›
In my random supply closet I found some silk hand painted black light reactive discs. Using glue I attached a coil of conductive thread. The resistance for this coil is less than 6 ohms. Then I attached the eTextile speaker to a mini travel speaker circuit and listened to some jams.Read more ›
Using a double ended beading needle feed conductive thread thru yellow metallic seed beads to create an eTextile speaker coil which works with an MP3 player. Coil the beaded thread to create a speaker. Hack a circuit from a mini travel speaker, remove the speaker, and connect the eTextile speaker with alligator clips. […]Read more ›