BlueChrome

08-11-2005, 05:15 PM

When making a fiberglass sub box, how would I get the airspace right? Like whats the right math to use?

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BlueChrome

08-11-2005, 05:15 PM

When making a fiberglass sub box, how would I get the airspace right? Like whats the right math to use?

tRiGgEr

08-11-2005, 05:18 PM

When making a fiberglass sub box, how would I get the airspace right? Like whats the right math to use?

There is no formula for figuring out an unubtanable solution.

But you can fill the mold with a solid substance and measure it. Dump a pound of sand in there and go from there...

Edit - If you need to know how big to make it before hand just rough estimate the dimmensions. And work from there.

There is no formula for figuring out an unubtanable solution.

But you can fill the mold with a solid substance and measure it. Dump a pound of sand in there and go from there...

Edit - If you need to know how big to make it before hand just rough estimate the dimmensions. And work from there.

BlueChrome

08-11-2005, 05:22 PM

There is no formula for figuring out an unubtanable solution.

But you can fill the mold with a solid substance and measure it. Dump a pound of sand in there and go from there...

Edit - If you need to know how big to make it before hand just rough estimate the dimmensions. And work from there.

Thanks, that helps more than you know it haha

But you can fill the mold with a solid substance and measure it. Dump a pound of sand in there and go from there...

Edit - If you need to know how big to make it before hand just rough estimate the dimmensions. And work from there.

Thanks, that helps more than you know it haha

SSS 18734

08-11-2005, 05:54 PM

fill it with water and measure the liters

BlueChrome

08-11-2005, 06:20 PM

Now if it comes out under or over the airspace specs, am I SOL, or is there a way to correct it?

954runner

08-11-2005, 06:22 PM

packing peanuts may be easier than sand.

tRiGgEr

08-11-2005, 06:23 PM

Now if it comes out under or over the airspace specs, am I SOL, or is there a way to correct it?

Adding a solid item, say 2x4 wood or left over MDF laying around will decrease the internal volume.

For a box to small, adding some polyfill will help.

Adding a solid item, say 2x4 wood or left over MDF laying around will decrease the internal volume.

For a box to small, adding some polyfill will help.

BlueChrome

08-11-2005, 08:23 PM

Adding a solid item, say 2x4 wood or left over MDF laying around will decrease the internal volume.

For a box to small, adding some polyfill will help.

Thanks again

For a box to small, adding some polyfill will help.

Thanks again