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kornnylike 6th March 2012 11:25 PM

Xoc1 6F TH
 
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First I want to thank Xoc1,Tb46 and others for this tapped horn design.
I have everything ready and building is on the way.



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I will be asking questions if i come across any trouble.

My first question is about angle cut.
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kornnylike 7th March 2012 12:22 AM

6 fold plan
 
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Plan

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m R g S r 7th March 2012 03:49 AM

Guess you're not building it out of Baltic? Most suppliers carry 5x5 only for Baltic.

I got a 4x8 sheet from FW Honerkamp but they said it was very rare and only get the 4x8's once in a while. (it was 13ply very few voids and footballs)

kornnylike 7th March 2012 04:40 PM

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Originally Posted by m R g S r (Post 2936425)
Guess you're not building it out of Baltic? Most suppliers carry 5x5 only for Baltic.

No

I forget to ask is it ok to add bracing to the box.

m R g S r 7th March 2012 04:41 PM

What are you going to use?
Marine grade?

After working with Baltic, and other lesser plys, I since have willingly paid the extra $ for Baltic because it is a joy to work with. (machines nicely, cuts easily without too much splintering, sands to a nice finish very quickly, very few voids etc etc)

kornnylike 7th March 2012 04:54 PM

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Originally Posted by m R g S r (Post 2937118)
What are you going to use?
Marine grade?

After working with Baltic, and other lesser plys, I since have willingly paid the extra $ for Baltic because it is a joy to work with. (machines nicely, cuts easily without too much splintering, sands to a nice finish very quickly, very few voids etc etc)

Arauco ply

m R g S r 7th March 2012 05:03 PM

I've never used it, but it looks like a nice wood...
AraucoPly, MORE THAN JUST A PRETTY FACE - ARAUCO

I would deff. add bracing throughout the cabinet, the way bracing was suggested in the TH-18 thread...use triangular cutouts to minimize volume of the braces, and to transfer loads through nodes in the braces.

tb46 7th March 2012 09:13 PM

Hi kornnylike,

You may want to pm Xoc1 about the angles, he can get them straight from his drawing.

Regards,

Xoc1 7th March 2012 09:39 PM

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Hi Kornylike - All the angle measurements attached
Best Regards
Martin (Xoc1)

kornnylike 7th March 2012 10:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Xoc1 (Post 2937488)
Hi Kornylike - All the angle measurements attached
Best Regards
Martin (Xoc1)

Nice nice

Xoc1

Any suggestion on the type of bracing to use inside the 6fold

Thanks


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