Cedar, burl walnut back/next button, 3d printed internal supports and speaker grilles, MP3 player electronics, speakers.
This was built as a commission piece for a friend as a Christmas present. He was learning to play the piano and wanted to have a music box that his Grandmother could open and hear him playing the piano. He found a "Salesman model" cedar chest as the base box, and I transformed it into a functioning music box. When the lid is opened, it starts to play a song, when closed it stops. It can be easily updated with new songs by swapping out a MicroSD card or USB thumb drive in the back. The box is a mix of traditional woodworking and modern CAD/3d printing technologies. The speaker grill structure, mounts for the electronics, and a few internal support pieces were created in CAD then 3d printed.