DIY bone conducting headset for airsoft gameplay using a 3D printer

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In this video I will be making a bone conducting earpiece for airsoft gameplay so I can listen to the things that are happening around me while still being able to hear my two way radio. The parts needed for this project are a simple earpiece for the Baofeng UV-5R radio I use and a very old Piezo element that I took out of an old 3D printer that didn’t work anymore. The project is mainly about me making the holder for the bone conductor in Fusion 360 and then slicing it in Simplify3D and printing it on the Anycubic I3 Mega printer in NGEN filament. Have fun making your own bone conductor.

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