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8 years 1 month ago #16246 by bitzo
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g6akn wrote: Hey Bitzo I'm a complete newbie at this I don't mind admitting it so I have to bow to your greater knowledge!Its a bit daunting to someone never done it b4.


Try to re draw it in the original version with a software. If you're able to use cad there's no problem but you can use inkscape too (it's free and simpler to learn). Then make the mod that you need paying attention to keep the internal measures of the horn and of rear chamber.

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8 years 1 month ago #16247 by g6akn
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I have it Bitzo thanks! I'm cuttin me teeth on some cubos at the moment while i'm doin that i can be sourcin ply see if I can find 15mm if not then Inkscape here we come

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8 years 1 month ago #16248 by mykey-
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15mm birch 32 pound a sheet smiley20

pm me if you want any

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8 years 1 month ago #16254 by g6akn
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Thanks SMT12. Zhere are you for transport? Luzon, Visayas or National Capitol Region!! HAHAHa theres no way I a, going into Mindanao region at themoment untill the travel advisory is lifted by the embassy in Taguig so Davao city is defo out lol

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8 years 1 month ago #16255 by g6akn
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Hang on a mo... proper ,money, Wheres me calculator.. 65.44 so ..2094 php She gonna go nuts HAHAHAHAHAHAHA I aint done a cut list yet but two should come out of 1 sheet cheers Happy New Year everyone

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8 years 1 month ago #16270 by g6akn
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OK Does the team think. Another 5 construction suppliers today, results as follows 8x4 sheets 10mm = 570peso or 8.56gbp. 18mm = 950peso or 14.42gbp. So we have to adjust the plan unless Ace hqve 15mm/0.5 inch. Initial thoughts. 18mm, construct as plans. If I use 10mm then a lighter cab that may need extra bracing ok for home use but mobile ??? The bracing would affect the chamber volumes and hence tuning/Performance. Any thoughts anyone?? On cost alone then the 10mm option and strengthen it up q bit ! Any thougths fro, the experienced ? Exchang rate correct at time of posting 65.88 Yes I know its DIRE !!!

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8 years 1 month ago #16444 by Blaize110
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MAutopsy wrote: tony, would placing the HF section in the middle fix the phase problem you speak of?


Just looking at the design and wondering if either Michael or Tony came to any conclusion about separating the drivers and if it's better/worse?

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7 years 10 months ago #17400 by joeysub
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anyone built these with just one driver????

intrested beause there smaller the the mt-130 with a single driver!

smiley20

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7 years 10 months ago #17411 by cravings
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i'm also curious to maybe build a quick pair of singles of these to try with a single driver. have some bms 12s320 i might have a go with. doesn't look like there's much to building these... need to look into the tuning / port stuff for using singles instead of doubles though.

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7 years 10 months ago #17412 by bitzo
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I built 4 singles without comp horn.

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