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    Do I need to brace 1" wood?

    The box length is around 32" long "sealed" do I need to brace it if I'm using 1" MDF?







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    Re: Do I need to brace 1" wood?

    I would, but there are many things that decide on bracing. Such as how it is built, build quality, and over all design/application.




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    Re: Do I need to brace 1" wood?

    its always smart to use bracing




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    Re: Do I need to brace 1" wood?

    Quote Originally Posted by sacsking916 View Post
    its always smart to use bracing
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    Re: Do I need to brace 1" wood?

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    Re: Do I need to brace 1" wood?

    Bracing>wood thickness

    Depending on a few things, for the most part I'd rather use .75" and bracing than 1" and no bracing. Depends, but if you do 1" and bracing, you would be well off.



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    Re: Do I need to brace 1" wood?

    if you have to ask that means its questionable. if its questionable wouldnt you rather go the extra mile then be short a mile when your box blows apart?




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