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Old 9th April 2005, 11:01 PM   #11
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would it be okay if i built the whole thing out of 1/2" material? i have a lot of that on hand right now...
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Old 10th April 2005, 01:32 AM   #12
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since you have 1/2" gor for it but it might resonate
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Old 10th April 2005, 03:03 AM   #13
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since you have 1/2" gor for it but it might resonate

could some lining (not stuffing) fix that? if not then i'll just get some more wood tomorrow or try something else...

actually, i have been looking at some tqwt desings as well as the buschhorn...

i really like how detailed the plans for the bushhorn are and i have all the materials to buildone

i think its going to be the bushhorn...
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I use Titebond when laminating mdf surfaces, I don't see why you couldn't laminate 1/2" plywood. Use what you have it'll only add an inch or so, plus a little more weight.

I have plenty of 1/2" plywood also and that's what I would do or will do.
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would it be okay if i built the whole thing out of 1/2" material? i have a lot of that on hand right now...
1/2" what?

If plywood it will probably work fine... you do want to ensure that any large spans are braced.

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Hi, I have 2 TB-W61139SG on a ABC enclosure hitting 130.3 db, we have the complete design on the web, you can check it out if you want : www.cardomain.com/id/kennywrx
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