- Sep 2, 2011
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not that one but i did look at it. its this one which is very similar. i figured i would use a roller bearing on the spinny part and make it out of aluminum. the body from brass and the horn part - i have been practicing metal spinning with surprisingly decent results lately so was going to try and spin the horn from brass. that is if i can ever get a form printed out. for metal spinning i have been experimenting with 3d printing the form to spin metal around it and that works surprisingly well. easier than turning a piece of wood down for it.Hello werowance:
is it this one you refer to?
This is my version of the popular siren whistle. Makes the wife angry... Measured at 92Dbwww.thingiverse.com
I got it to work after getting rid of the "elephantfoot", so better print it with a raft.
The thing works sort of, need quite a bit air. (do not pass out if you use it too much)
I wonder if there is the need of making this many different plates with holes in them.
Update 7 and 8: 11/16/2021 and 11/17/2021 These are still my recommendations: Siren_Whistle_Mouthpiece v50.stl Siren_Whistle_Horn_Alternate_shallower_indented_cone.stl Rotor_Modification_4p6.stl For some additional experimenting fun with other good parts, try out these to pick a favorite...