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    Adding to a box

    What are the options to put inside a box to make it smaller? I cant get in the box except through the sub hole so any ideas?



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    Re: Adding to a box

    Just cut pieces of wood and use some glue and screws to keep them nice and solid inside the box




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    Re: Adding to a box

    wood? I dont understand, are you trying to make the interior volume less than it is?




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    Re: Adding to a box

    Yea its about 5.2 now and I would like to make the interior volume about 4



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    Re: Adding to a box

    Yea just cut out like 12x12 inch pieces of wood and stack them




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    Re: Adding to a box

    how many pieces about would it take to take it from 5.2 to about 4



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    Re: Adding to a box

    get it to be 12" tall, wide, and deep. That is 1 cubic foot. Subtract 1 from 5.2 and you get 4.2. Is that close enough?




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    Re: Adding to a box

    12 x 12 pieces 12 inches high would be 1 cube so do the math
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    Re: Adding to a box

    Well lets say you use (6) 12x12 inch pieces of wood(1 inch thick) . That makes .5 cubic ft . Use 12 pieces and that makes 1 cubic ft and so on ..




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    Re: Adding to a box

    Ok I got it but how hard would it be to one day take the extra wood back out if i glue it in?



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    Re: Adding to a box

    In my opinion it would be a bit difficult without the right tools hence the awkward angles you would be working at . Because when putting the wood IN , you want it to be as solid and in place as possible therefore making it alittle hard to come loose.




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    Re: Adding to a box

    What kind of glue would you recommend and what wood?



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    Re: Adding to a box

    Really any type of wood .. MDF or regular Plywood would do the job . As for the glue , IMO if you are possibly going to be taking these pieces of wood out in the future I would use like a window caulk with some screws to keep the wood nice and secure .. Then when the day comes to take the added wood out , all you do is take out the screws and give the wood alil yanking lol .




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