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Old 26th October 2012, 08:06 PM   #1
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Default Baffle CNC routering? (Southern Saskatchewan)

Hey Guys,
My first post to this forum (the crowd cheers)! I am wondering if any of you know where I might be able to pay someone to cut/router some baffles for a speaker project I am planning (small 7.5 liter single driver box)? I don't have the proper tools to do it here, but I don't want to pay $200+ for a pair of speaker cabinets.

Any suggestions? I will try and upload the speaker box design.
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Old 2nd November 2012, 06:38 AM   #2
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Hi,
as this is a round cutout and rebate, you don't need any CNC'ing. Just buy the cheapest router and a straight router bit and make yourself a trammel (google is your friend) and it is very easy to do.
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If you have a friend with a router you don't even need to buy one. You can likely rent one as well (i know Home Despotwill, but that is a round trip to Regina)

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If you have a friend with a router you don't even need to buy one. You can likely rent one as well (i know Home Despotwill, but that is a round trip to Regina)

If pressed I could likely get Chris to do a baffle, but there must be someone closer

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