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Old 9th June 2010, 04:44 PM   #231
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Blu-Tak is specifically formulated to leave no residue.

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Do i have to get the original Blu-Tack från Bostik or can i go with like any Blu-Tack (häftmassa)?
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Do i have to get the original Blu-Tack från Bostik or can i go with like any Blu-Tack (häftmassa)?

Well, I think it is a trade mark name, but as no doubt our friend Wikipedia would suggest, there are numerous similar products available internationally.
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I don't know, i usually use felt pads, and have only tried the brand name blu-tak. I have tried duct-seal, works as well, but will stain.

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Now i think of mailing the places i will buy the stuff from and tell them to bring it home.
2 CSS EL70
1 sheet of 15mm ply (or should i go with 18?)
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15mm is what we would use for this application.

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Old 14th June 2010, 09:12 AM   #236
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Okay, thanks.

Is it possible to get a cutsheet? I guess this can be fit on a smaller sheet than 1250x2500.
In that case it would be cheaper for me, and for the bassmodules i will probably be using 18mm and not 15mm.

And, can i see any finished ones somewhere?
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We have talked about sooo many boxes i'm not sure where we are? Which box?

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We have talked about sooo many boxes i'm not sure where we are? Which box?

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The Mar-Kel EL70.
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If i get a cutsheet i will buy a 12mm particle board and build a box and see if it's easy or not. It will only cost like 13-14$ so i think it's definately worth it!
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The Mar-Kel EL70.
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If i get a cutsheet i will buy a 12mm particle board and build a box and see if it's easy or not. It will only cost like 13-14$ so i think it's definately worth it!


IINM, there are actually 2 boxes for the EL70 that could be confused:

what we'd call the "prime size" Mar-Kel70 (i.e. 3 layered side panels with integral slot ports) - not a particularly easy or quick build


http://homepage.mac.com/tlinespeaker...map-110410.pdf


and the smaller "milli" sized mMar-Kel70

http://homepage.mac.com/tlinespeaker...map-231009.pdf


which is a pretty darned easy build - although it can get tricky if you forget the wall padding before attaching the final side.
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