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    Help a noob with a design

    Here is the deal

    I'm new to car audio and bought a design from someone here ( un named) however when i took my mdf to a local cabinet shop they couldn't really understand his cutsheet and wanted more info.


    Can someone whip up a 3-d cut sheet of this along with bracing?


    Here is what i have dimension wise , The cut angle is 81 degrees

    32'' x11'' top piece

    32'' x 13'' bottom piece

    13 ''x 14'' left side piece

    30.5''x 14'' ( leave a tad long on the 14'' here) Back piece

    12.25''x 14'' right side piece

    31.25'' x 14'' front baffle 1

    32'' x 15.5 front baffle 2







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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    oh i forgot to add that its a ported box tuned to 28.5 hertz via a 4'' areo port

    i got the one from madisound but not sure how to tune it , was told to cut off a inch from it but thought about asking you guys.




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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    a few bucks paypal to the 1st person who helps me out i want to get this done today.




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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    If you bought the design from anyone reputable on here, hit them up and let them know what you need... and they should help you out



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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    i have , they won't

    He was super super helpfull untill a few days ago so im not saying names as i know the guy is really busy .....

    offer still stands if i can get a drawing of this design i will pay via paypal right now !




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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    I'd just do it out on paper, but I have a hard time deciphering my own notes/writing.... you'd never make sense of it.

    IMO if you got JUST that and no blueprints with proper indication of which edges need what angles you got hosed. I hope you didn't pay more than 1$ for that.




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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    paid 10 dollars for it , and a guy who owns his own wood shop and knows his shiz nit doesn't really understand the notes and wants everything to be perfect as its 50 bucks a hour shop rates and 30 for a sheet of mdf

    Thinking of just using jl's design for the 13w7 , however i already ordered a 4'' areo port from madisound and with shipping it was 50 dollars so clearly i want to make use of it.




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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    ill do it




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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    First of all there are free designs on this website for a plethora of different volumes/hertz.

    Second, not really sure what is so hard to understand about those cuts?
    Don't know how much more you can elaborate on a 32"x11" top piece, it is 32" long by 11" wide and it goes on top.

    What is the "cut angle of 81 degrees" about?

    You shouldn't need to have a 3-D picture to put it together. Are you putting this together or is the cabinet place?

    If you gave them the same info you gave us, find a new cabinet shop.




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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    Quote Originally Posted by speakerdude123 View Post
    First of all there are free designs on this website for a plethora of different volumes/hertz.

    Second, not really sure what is so hard to understand about those cuts?
    Don't know how much more you can elaborate on a 32"x11" top piece, it is 32" long by 11" wide and it goes on top.

    What is the "cut angle of 81 degrees" about?

    You shouldn't need to have a 3-D picture to put it together. Are you putting this together or is the cabinet place?

    If you gave them the same info you gave us, find a new cabinet shop.
    Well i was told that by the guy who runs the place so i guess i will pick up my mdf in the morning and either change the design.

    The box is a wedge shape so it fits snug in with my back seats and saves space , thats the whole reason i spent 10 on the guys plans and secondly another 50 on a areo port.

    I'm thinking of just using this plan and putting in the areo port , will that work?

    13W7AE-D1.5 - Car Audio - Subwoofer Drivers - W7AE - JL Audio

    Go to the specs portion of the page to see their ported box which isnt that bad




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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    I think this is right. It wasn't very hard to read.




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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    2.8 cu ft before displacement right? I'm assuming its for 2 10's.



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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    Quote Originally Posted by OmegaBunny View Post
    I think this is right. It wasn't very hard to read.

    what confuses me is the different lengths from left 2 right??? unless its a typo




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    Quote Originally Posted by OmegaBunny View Post
    I think this is right. It wasn't very hard to read.

    thats just what i was looking for ! thanks man you are awesome thats twice you helped me out.

    No its not for 2 tens its for a single 13w7




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    Re: Help a noob with a design

    the guy at the shop said that too , i am thinking it is a typo also.

    Unless that extra 3/4 inch has something to do with the 2nd front baffle?




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