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    Box Build for Deuce212

    5.75cf @ 38Hz for a AQ HDC318

    Only difference that was made from the design was that he decided to level the floor himself, so the extra stuff you see on the bottom of the enclosure was omitted. This box was also left bare.















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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Looks like a fairly straight forward build, but perfect construction and attention to detail as always. Its almost too perfect, I think the aliens built it



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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    How do you get your panels so flush? My god, I am starting to loathe my circular saw. I would give anything to be able to cut wood as straight and perfect as you. Is there any way to get my pieces any more accurate with a circular saw?




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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Awesome man, thanks for the quality work and getting it done/shipped so quick. Can't wait to give it a test run




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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    wait.. No jointed edges?



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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Quote Originally Posted by duece212 View Post
    Awesome man, thanks for the quality work and getting it done/shipped so quick. Can't wait to give it a test run
    No problem man. You placed your order just in time, I have allllll kinds of work to do now. Just need to find the time.


    And pd8731, straighter cuts can be achieved by using a good table saw.... and of course some practice.




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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Quote Originally Posted by miker View Post
    wait.. No jointed edges?
    I do some conventional builds now and again. With the original design, it was hard to work in the inset sides. It was being left bare anyways, so the sides werent a big issue.

    Although, I do like building with the rabbeted edges better. Lines everything up easier.




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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Quote Originally Posted by bjfish11 View Post
    No problem man. You placed your order just in time, I have allllll kinds of work to do now. Just need to find the time.


    And pd8731, straighter cuts can be achieved by using a good table saw.... and of course some practice.
    I'm thinking about getting one of those metal things that clamp down and give you a straight edge. It would be much less expensive then spending $500+ on a good table saw.




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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    What did it end up weighing when it was done? Wondering how fun this is gonna be to throw in the truck.




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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Quote Originally Posted by bjfish11 View Post
    I do some conventional builds now and again. With the original design, it was hard to work in the inset sides. It was being left bare anyways, so the sides werent a big issue.

    Although, I do like building with the rabbeted edges better. Lines everything up easier.
    Ok I see.

    Looks great as always



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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Quote Originally Posted by pd8731 View Post
    I'm thinking about getting one of those metal things that clamp down and give you a straight edge. It would be much less expensive then spending $500+ on a good table saw.
    BUT, the measurements aren't exact, with a table saw you only make one measurement for all cuts that distance.



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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Quote Originally Posted by duece212 View Post
    What did it end up weighing when it was done? Wondering how fun this is gonna be to throw in the truck.
    A LOT!
    It was probabaly in the area of 80-100 lbs or so.




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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Quick question, do the 45's in the corners make a big difference in sound? Always wondered that



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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Quote Originally Posted by bjfish11 View Post
    A LOT!
    It was probabaly in the area of 80-100 lbs or so.
    Looks like I definately be loading the woofer after the box is in the truck




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    Re: Box Build for Deuce212

    Quote Originally Posted by Cmccloud View Post
    Quick question, do the 45's in the corners make a big difference in sound? Always wondered that
    I think its one of those things... were everyone will have their own opinion. From what I have read, on the mic, sometimes it helps, sometimes it hurts.




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