One of the most promising features of additive manufacturing is ability to reduce part count and assembly by printing complex shapes. This feature is further highlighted by utilizing multi-material printing in which stiff and compliant materials can be deposited by the same system. Air-acoustic speakers are traditionally comprised of several assembled components with different material properties including a stiff enclosure, stiff diaphragm, and compliant suspension. In this presentation, we will describe a modular acoustic speaker design. The design consists of fully printed structural components (which are threaded together, and assembled with a voice coil and magnet). The basic design as well as printing process will be described and acoustic measurements reported. A range of printed designs, which can be interchanged among each-other will be presented, and future design ideas which take advantage of the printing process explored.