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Old 12th October 2018, 02:35 AM   #491
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I thought I would share the details of how I built the bottom hatch with driver bracing. I used 3/4" aluminum angle and T-bar. It's extremely solid and the driver is well braced from the magnet. The bracing at the back of the box butts up against an angled inset pocket for a speakon connector.
That's a nice idea. And my, what big feet you have!

Your solution made me realize I should share my solution (even though I don't have pictures...)
I simply used two pieces of 1/2" baltic glued together with one cut for the hatch and the other cut for the lip. The leftover piece from the lip was glued to the hatch.
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Old 12th October 2018, 07:43 AM   #492
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looks verry nice and solid.

i like what you did with the hatch
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Old 12th October 2018, 06:55 PM   #493
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I finished building a pair of these beasties and WOW, they sound great! I am using B&C 21SW152-4 and powering them each with a bridged Behringer NU3000DSP.

I thought I would share the details of how I built the bottom hatch with driver bracing. I used 3/4" aluminum angle and T-bar. It's extremely solid and the driver is well braced from the magnet. The bracing at the back of the box butts up against an angled inset pocket for a speakon connector.
Excellent work. They look great.
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