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    Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    So I am planning on getting 3/4" MDF, what should I use to cut out the circle?







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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    router hands down.

    as long as you have a good circle jig.



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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    Router is usually more accurate and the hole isn't all wobbly looking, but I always use a jigsaw.



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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck View Post
    Router is usually more accurate and the hole isn't all wobbly looking, but I always use a jigsaw.
    hahaha double like.




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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    It can be done with a jigsaw but the router is quick and looks way better.



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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    another vote for router... just make sure you have a proper router guide



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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    I vote router as well. Quicker, easier, and much cleaner looking for if you ever want to sell the enclosure on craigslist or something...




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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    router hands down. more accurate and faster with a circle jig.



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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    i used a router without a circle jig. yeah i'm that good



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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    If you want to have fun and see how good you are with your hands, you can try a Dremel. Seriously though a router with the right jig would be the best option.



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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    routers easiest. but i still used a jigsaw




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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    Router + circle jig. Although I had to use a jigsaw so many times I'm used to it, so I can make straight cuts with either one.



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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    router w/ jasper jig. I used a jug saw for years and finally setp up to a router & jig and was "Why the fawk didn't i get this before!"



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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    this question is fvcking stupid, if you don't have a router a jig saw will work fine.



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    Re: Jigsaw vs Router to cut out circle for sub

    ^^don't be a d ick



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