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KF-850zR and 850b internals - Using Autodesk Inventor and CNC
KF-850zR and 850b internals - Using Autodesk Inventor and CNC
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Old 18th June 2010, 09:57 PM   #1
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Question KF-850zR and 850b internals - Using Autodesk Inventor and CNC

Noob here, but have been building sound systems for almost 20 years. The current project is an 850z and b stack. I have all of the components (drivers, horn) on order, the external drawings complete, and am just missing a few dimensions.

Specifically:
850b - Length of reflex port
850zR - diameter of 15" and 10" horns.

I'll share the drawings and parts list when completed. I do have a source for the radial phase plug, but any suggestions on this front would be appreciated too.

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