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Acoustic Horn Design - The Practical Way
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Old 31st July 2020, 02:31 PM   #61
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damping/isolator & proofing tapes made from bitumen & tin for roof perhaps or liquid polymer that dry on air... Yes surely the easier part
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Old 3rd August 2020, 07:38 PM   #62
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Default CAD files with Ath4.5.0

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In the meantime we are progressing on Tritonia baffles (milled from a solid MDF block) -
That's looks great! Perfect work, Mr Mabat! May I ask you, did you make all this calculations and further CAD/CAM files via Ath4? I'm not a Windows user, for me it's a little bit complicated ))) Is it possible to discuss with you my project if you have a time to give me some advices please?
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Thanks. The horn shape was created with Ath, imported into Fusion 360, exported to STEP (IGES) and handed over to a guy who has the machine - I don't know much about the rest.

Because ABEC was available only on Windows I didn't consider Linux release (if that's what you mean) but I still could do that - at least for the Ath tool itself. For the BEM part, you would still need ABEC3/AKABAK3 running on Windows.

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Thanks. The horn shape was created with Ath, imported into Fusion 360, exported to STEP (IGES) and handed over to a guy who has the machine - I don't know much about the rest.

Because ABEC was available only on Windows I didn't consider Linux release (if that's what you mean) but I still could do that - at least for the Ath tool itself. For the BEM part, you would still need ABEC3/AKABAK3 running on Windows.

I'll get back to you via PM.
Thank you for the answer Marcel! Finally I did the first calculations last night based on demo files just to understand ow it works and imported it to the Fusion, but it's still some issues with ABEC which I didn't solve yet ) Hope to hear from you soon!
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Roman, you are free to start a new thread where we can discuss your new project - as it is a shallow waveguide for a dome tweeter I guess it might interest a lot of people. I could contribute with the little know-how I have, or even adapt Ath more for dome tweeters a bit along the way. It would be interesting to watch the development.
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