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deucekazoo
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CNC Tiny Radials
11/03/22 at 01:59:11
 
Needed some speakers for all the travel I am doing lately. They needed to be small enough to fit inside the suitcase. I bought the Tiny Radial plans a while back so finally got around to making them with stuff, I had laying around the shop.
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Reply #1 - 11/03/22 at 02:01:12
 
The holes are there to align all the sections and also solid wood for the driver mounting screws to screw into.
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Reply #2 - 11/03/22 at 02:02:32
 
The tops had to be Padauk!
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Reply #3 - 11/03/22 at 02:04:45
 
They sound great and fit perfectly in my work boots to protect them inside the suitcase.
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Reply #4 - 11/03/22 at 02:53:06
 
Thatís awesome! As an amateur wood worker, or better yet hacker, Iíd love to get a CNC. I think this is the best example of what can accomplish with one that Iíve seen.
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Reply #5 - 11/03/22 at 18:53:42
 
So very cool! I've been studying some cabs using translamination for my next speaker project and this just makes me want to do it even more.
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Reply #6 - 11/11/22 at 21:48:53
 
Thanks guys, this was fun to do. They actually survived the trip. They do sound good, but I need to try them on some Decware amps to see how they will sound on tubes. If they sound good and the amp has enough power for them, I will try to make a tube amp that will fit into the suitcase. I have some ideas to get the amp portable.
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