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David
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Inside baffles
05/31/07 at 07:54:39
 
Hiya guys, just started the big build, should be fun. Just wondering, in the plans it dont actually say that all internal baffles need to be screwed to each other. I have looked at a fair few build pics from others who have had a crack at the WO and cant see any sign of screwing the baffles, u reckon just glue them together? or screw baffles to each other as well as glueing them? any info would be great  :)
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Re: Inside baffles
Reply #1 - 05/31/07 at 12:50:18
 
I always used a brad nailer when putting mine together, but if it is built very well, glue would be sufficient I think. Still, I have never attempted it that way.

Let us know which way you go

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Robert
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Adrian
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Reply #2 - 05/31/07 at 16:01:49
 
it's not that hard to screw them together. do it.
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60_and_up
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Reply #3 - 05/31/07 at 16:02:19
 
might as well throw a few nails/screws in there..i do Tongue
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djman37
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Reply #4 - 06/01/07 at 15:52:33
 
GLUE holds the joint.  Screws or brads just hold the wood until the glue dries.
Wood glue; elmers or titebond, NOT liquid nails or gorilla or whatever.
If my box for 2 DD9515's and over 7200 watts doesn't need screws, neither does this.(i brad nail to keep moving along with my builds)

good luck.
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David
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Re: Inside baffles
Reply #5 - 06/07/07 at 11:50:09
 
Glue and screw it is then  :) Thanks for the tips
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