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Casting papier-mache as speaker enclosures
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Old 18th February 2010, 11:38 PM   #31
j.michael droke is offline j.michael droke  United States
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Casting papier-mache as speaker enclosures
Hi There: About 25 years ago I cast a BLH over a form made of corragated cardboard and used dry cleaner plastic bags as a form release. The casting materal was saw chips from cutting-up some 2x4's (not really dust, like cutting mdf makes). The glue was Elmers yellow wood workers type, with some water added to make the mix workable. I frammed the bottom in timber and used plywood for the driver board. The short horn shape transisioned from round at the 15-inch driver to rectangular to fit a corner location. Still works, shakes the panel walls in basement rec room. ...regards, Michael
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