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05-10-2005, 09:47 AM
my friend wants a big box for his 15"s and i said if he gets the wood i will help, well he has 12 4x8 sheets of osb.... so we are going to build his trunk into a huge box. HOW THICK WILL THE BOX HAVE TO BE? he has enoghf osb to make the box 3 inches thick
05-10-2005, 02:06 PM
what the hell is OSB?
05-10-2005, 02:21 PM
OSB = Oriented Strand Board. Wafer board is the old name for it. Used in construction in place of plywood. I would be reluctant to use OSB for a sub box unless you make it at least 3-4 layers thick. Most panels of osb I have used have lots of voids in them, and the wafers are not really well bonded together. I would suggest spending 30$ on a sheet of MDF, it is a much better material for a sub enclosure. JMO
use mdf or some kind of reallly dense and solid wood.