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Old 14th May 2006, 07:08 AM   #1
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there are a few threads with and for the Fe127e. I would like to show how Raffi and I build our Preso and give some more details.

the first steps where to cut with a CNC the parts. Each is 4cm thick.
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After we have had all parts we drilled the parts to clue and screw them together.
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here is the first impession how it will look
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the next step was to build the upper and lower part. The preso is complete screwed, exept the middle. We had to do that so that we could place the front plate.
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Now we have glued the first front plate in. The Fe127e will be placed on it later.
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the second and later visual front panel is also cut out on a CNC. Here we have placed the Monacor SPH 135-KEP

http://www.monacor.com/de/produktsei...8&spr=DE&typ=u
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now these are nearly all parts we have used for the Preso
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thw x-over is build in a symmetry way.
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finaly two picture how it looks now

picture #1:
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and picture #2:
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