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herm 17th January 2004 02:58 AM

CNC cut baffle
 
Here is my first cut with my CNC router!

I bought it before Christmas, and have been
learning the software ever since. I still
have a lot more to learn, but I think I am
well on my way.

http://www.ericherman.com/images/baffle1.JPG

Here is the baffle populated with a Raven R-1
and Scan Speak 15W-8530K01. I am looking forward
to getting this combo up and running again.


http://www.ericherman.com/images/baffle2.JPG

JOE DIRT® 17th January 2004 03:29 AM

nice work!!....when can I borrow it?????:D

Da5id4Vz 17th January 2004 03:31 AM

Very nice.
What router did you buy?
Whos software does it run?

Dave Jones 17th January 2004 04:04 AM

Re: CNC cut baffle
 
Quote:

Originally posted by herm
]Here is my first cut with my CNC router!
1) I am extremely jealous.
2) It looks like the fit around the drivers could be a lot tighter.

pradit_p 17th January 2004 05:20 AM

Picture of your machine Please...

Thanks.

Very interested.

Dark Shadow 17th January 2004 05:21 AM

Re: Re: CNC cut baffle
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Dave Jones


1) I am extremely jealous.
2) It looks like the fit around the drivers could be a lot tighter.


Unless he want to put a sealant gasket like I want to do for my next project. I will use aerospace sealant used for the integral fuel tank (the wings) to create a gasket underneat the drivers and around it. We call this a form in place gasket. Very effective against fuel leak in high altitute, so I think it should work ok with just air at ground level =)

Variac 17th January 2004 07:05 AM

Is this sealant easier to work with than urathane? How do you get a nice flat gasket in place without gluing in the drivers permanantly? :confused: Brand name? I need a gasket for my speakers! Thanks.
Mark

herm 17th January 2004 01:31 PM

I bought the machine from a guy in Los Angeles. He
currently has another for auction at E-bay.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...category=25276

Currently running Mastercam V9.1 for CAD and toolpath
generation, and Master5 to run the machine

Here's a pic :

http://www.ericherman.com/images/cnc1.JPG

Da5id4Vz - You are right, I will make them a lot tighter next time!

Dark Shadow 17th January 2004 04:45 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Variac
Is this sealant easier to work with than urathane? How do you get a nice flat gasket in place without gluing in the drivers permanantly? :confused: Brand name? I need a gasket for my speakers! Thanks.
Mark


Easy. What we use to install the access door on the aircraft it to put mold release on the access door, apply the sealant on the rebate of the access hole on the wing and you put the access door in is place. The mold release will make sure that the sealant only glue to the wings and not the access door. When the cure is complete, we remove the access door and remove the excess of sealant and voila, a perfect gasket seal.

Francois

Magura 17th January 2004 05:57 PM

As asked before. Who makes it....name of sealant ....price????


Cheers


Magura


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