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Old 8th July 2014, 02:20 PM   #331
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How do you display the 3d model and HR sim tilted on same screen like that?

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Old 8th July 2014, 03:17 PM   #332
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Hi TundraLTD,

Very cool drawing in Post #327. :-) Well done!

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Old 9th July 2014, 12:14 AM   #333
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Great looking 3d model there!
How do you display the 3d model and HR sim tilted on same screen like that?

Thanks! The model view is a 2d export from sketchup, the HR was a screen capture. I opened the model pic in photoshop and added the screen capture with the HR sim as a new layer, cropped it and then used the transform-skew tool to give it a 3d look
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Old 10th January 2015, 11:37 AM   #334
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Thank you everyone for a very nice design. Once again a lot of careful work has gone into this to yied a wonderful design.


I have a question. In post 308 (pg 31). thejessman shows a picture of his nice build. The build includes bracing between most internal parts. If bracing was used throughout, should the width of the cabinet be increased by the thickness of the bracing?


Thanksshows a picture of his nice build. The build includes bracing between most internal parts. If bracing was used throughout, should the width of the cabinet be increased by the thickness of the bracing?


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Old 10th January 2015, 03:31 PM   #335
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Hi rocksteady40,

Post #334: "...In post 308 (pg 31). thejessman shows a picture of his nice build. The build includes bracing between most internal parts. If bracing was used throughout, should the width of the cabinet be increased by the thickness of the bracing?"

Short answer: Yes, but not necessary, especially if you use big cutouts in the braces.

I have simulated quite a few of these cabinets, and the thickness of one layer of bracing does not change the simulations very much. I recommend you fire up Hornresp, and give it a try (see the compilation of design elements by NWCgrad in Post #270/273). In this enclosure I squeezed the cross-sectional areas to what I consider the minimum necessary, so don't use 1.5" bracing. :-)

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Old 10th January 2015, 08:07 PM   #336
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"I recommend you fire up Hornresp, and give it a try..." Doh, I knew that. Thanks Oliver for your wise suggestion and help with with build.

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