|15th December 2012, 12:52 AM||#21|
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Wellington, New Zealand
Hi Frankie. They are holding up fine. I don't see any problems with them at all.
One might be concerned that the stress on the glued joint where the curved sides attach to the frame and the baffle, might one day just "pop open".
What I forgot to mention on the build, was that before the last sheet was glued in place, I drilled a few holes through the 5 curved sheets into the baffle and the top and bottom plates, and glued some dowels in place just in case the curved sheets separated from the frame. A precaution as the curved sheets had to be bent quite sharp.
I'll be very interested in what plans you have and how you are going to construct your speakers. Please keep us informed.
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