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Rounding veneered mdf, possibly?
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Old 9th February 2018, 09:47 PM   #51
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The more freedom to detail edges can also be acheived with a more relaxed stress free joinery. This can be achived by gluing 3/4" square stock around the sub strait bb ply. Level the joints careful not to roll the edges then add a (thicker preferable) veneer . If you are careful to select color and orient grain direction the transition can be fairly seamless.
A simple router jig base can be made for most of the leveling if preferred.
You will still be able to make the baffle a little larger than the box to planed or sand latter.
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