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Old 31st July 2012, 09:52 AM   #1
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Default The "Event Horizon" (an ambiopole)

Started by drawing a grid, and drilling 1/8th" holes.

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Ten the routing begins

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More routing.

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That was a template out of MDF.
I used a tracer bit for this baltic birch.

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I mad a jig to work on the bend. It was a pisser.
I eventually had to cut relief slots.
I even steamed this in my shower. wouldn't keep a bend.

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The back of the baffle.

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Now on to the support poles.
I attached a u rod to the wall with the router attached, to make an arc for a 9' focused array.

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The inside of the inside poles.

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The outside of the inside poles.

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Old 31st July 2012, 10:07 AM   #10
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JB weld, I had to use 4 packs of this stuff.

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