This work introduces an Open Source turntable for the measurement of electro-acoustical devices. The idea is to provide an inexpensive and highly customizable device that can be adjusted according to specific measurement needs. Development of such turntable devices in the past required significant i n vestment. Specific mechanical and motor control design skills were needed, leading to both costly and time-consuming processes. Recent developments in mechatronics and 3D printing allow to design and build a cost-effective solution.
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