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aznboi3644
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Help with angles
05/10/06 at 22:36:19
 
Hey guys I'm new to this forum.

I'm wanting to build a 36" by 36" wicked one box for a pair of rockford 10's I have laying around.  

I have experience with building sub boxes but not with angled cuts.  On the plans on the website it says that almost all cuts can be made on one setting.

What is the easiest way to join the boards together?

Thanks

Dom
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Hotsauce
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Re: Help with angles
Reply #1 - 05/10/06 at 22:56:11
 
Screws and Gorilla glue.

John C.

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aznboi3644
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Re: Help with angles
Reply #2 - 05/11/06 at 20:54:09
 
Sorry guys what I meant was with the 36x36 box what is the angle that most of the cuts will be??

My bad.

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BIG_GEOFF
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Re: Help with angles
Reply #3 - 05/12/06 at 01:16:28
 
It says it on the WO plans page.  

It said Quote:
Now take a protractor, and decide how you want to join your panels. You may wish to end-join them or miter them. The determining factor will be the abilities of your table saw. I recommend drawing the joints on your masterpiece too. That way you wont forget how you're planning to join each panel.

You'll be pleased to find out there is a way to join the panels (end-join) so that almost every angle in the design can be cut from one setting on your table saw. In other words, most of the angles in this design are identical, no matter what size you picked for the height of the enclosure. If you think this is getting rather amazing, wait until you hear the sound quality of the perfectly flat, extended response of this horn and the incredible efficiency!


Hope that helps a bit.

-Geoff
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aznboi3644
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Re: Help with angles
Reply #4 - 05/12/06 at 05:22:14
 
Thanks geoff
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aznboi3644
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Re: Help with angles
Reply #5 - 05/12/06 at 05:52:21
 
[quote author=aznboi3644  link=1147300580/0#4 date=1147407734]Thanks geoff [/quote]

Also, what would you guys here think about these RF subs http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/ez2/ModelInfo/ModelInfo.asp?ItemKey=10060203
in a 36x36 wicked one?
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