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hemiscott
02-03-2007, 05:00 PM
Hey guys, I am looking for someone to just cut all the wood, for me. I can assemble it myself. I don't have all the equip. here to cut it, myself. My table saw is pos, No guides and it is too small for a full sheet, I could do it but, i want it perfect and that really is not going to happen and i don't want to use a circular saw, lol .. I would like to find someone local, maybe ? Or if you are not too far away, shipping might work. I was going to have fisher build the whole box but, i spent too much money on wire and acc. so now i am in a pickle :) . Help me.

This is exactly the box i need, http://www.subwoofertools.com/forum/ported-box.asp?Ew=42&Eh=21&Dia=9&Xmax=21&Vd=0.18&NumW=1&Vb=4&Fb=34&Qts=.40&Vas=&Fs=34.5&CE=1.5

I also need the baffle cut for a 15" Fi BL. I will check later and see exactly, i think it is a little over 14"..

Duh, i forgot to mention 3/4 mdf will work, maybe a 1" baffle ( Not really sure about that, though). Also, please, give me a price.
Thanks.

bjfish11
02-03-2007, 05:11 PM
Glad to see you considered me for the build.
Ive actually done some work where I just cut the panels and ship them out. If you cant find someone local to do it, Id be more than happy to do it. Just let me know.

hemiscott
02-03-2007, 05:16 PM
Glad to see you considered me for the build.
Ive actually done some work where I just cut the panels and ship them out. If you cant find someone local to do it, Id be more than happy to do it. Just let me know.

No problem.. You do great work, from what i have seen.

Can you pm me a price shipped ? I think the shipping is going to kill me, though :crap: . Thanks

j3bus2k3
02-03-2007, 05:19 PM
No problem.. You do great work, from what i have seen.

Can you pm me a price shipped ? I think the shipping is going to kill me, though :crap: . Thanks

Not to undermine BJ at all, but try going to home-depot, slip the guy a $20 and ask him to do it up right...

hemiscott
02-03-2007, 05:25 PM
Not to undermine BJ at all, but try going to home-depot, slip the guy a $20 and ask him to do it up right...

No offense to anyone that works at home depot but, i think, i would do it with my crappy tools before i would go there..:D Thanks for helping, i definitely appreciate it .

j3bus2k3
02-03-2007, 05:37 PM
No offense to anyone that works at home depot but, i think, i would do it with my crappy tools before i would go there..:D Thanks for helping, i definitely appreciate it .

Well, I could cut them myself for ya but all I have ATM is a circular saw and I'd rather get my table-saw back in order before I start building...

hemiscott
02-03-2007, 05:44 PM
Well, I could cut them myself for ya but all I have ATM is a circular saw and I'd rather get my table-saw back in order before I start building...

Ya, i hear ya.. I use my table saw for wood flooring and i lost the guides a long time ago, don't need them for flooring. Not to mention all the adhesive all over it.:) Thanks.

bjfish11
02-03-2007, 06:01 PM
PM me your zip, and Ill get you a quote made up sometime in the next couple hours hopefully.

hemiscott
02-04-2007, 09:55 AM
Does anyone know if that calculator is correct ? I was just reading somewhere, that its not..

phantom240
02-04-2007, 10:09 AM
Download winISD and use it to get what volume and port sizes you need, then work it on paper. Thats how I do things.

hemiscott
02-04-2007, 10:58 AM
I will have to do that... I all ready have winISD. Thx

Blove1991
02-04-2007, 11:56 AM
Where is some good info to work it on paper? Lol im still trying to get the concept on how to work the port size and all that out, and I've tryed working with WiniSD and nothing is really coming to me?

Sorry to go off subject of your topic

hemiscott
02-04-2007, 12:13 PM
Where is some good info to work it on paper? Lol im still trying to get the concept on how to work the port size and all that out, and I've tryed working with WiniSD and nothing is really coming to me?

Sorry to go off subject of your topic

No problem man..

I am trying to figure out why none of these calculators are accurate. If its just math, how come nobody has made a good one ?

phantom240
02-04-2007, 12:40 PM
When using winISD, find the box volume you want, based on driver parameters and the estimated response curve and output that you want, then determine how much port area (I.E. Diameter of round port, or width and height of your square port) by asking members here. They usually wont be flamers about that question. Then, put that into the port size of ISD, then when you put in the desired tuning frequency, it should tell you how long the port needs to be. It sounds long, but it takes seconds.

Once you have all that done, get some graph paper, and blueprint the box out. Take into account the size of materials youre going to use, so you come out with the correct volume, and design the dimensions accordingly.

Youre welcome ;)

mobeious
02-04-2007, 07:14 PM
im about 30mins from i can build ya the box

hemiscott
02-05-2007, 11:58 AM
im about 30mins from i can build ya the box

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