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    Volume of fiberglass enclosure

    I know there is multiple sites with box calculators out there. But I would like to build a fiberglass enclosure. I know that it needs to be a 1.52 cu/ft sealed enclosure. I know I can use foam pellets to check the size of the box once I'm done. Other than that I'm kinda lost!
    I want it to fit in the back corner of my trunk, so its going to be a weird shape.
    How would I start to make a box, accurately to the size I need? Other than just guessing?







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    Re: Volume of fiberglass enclosure

    I found this nice write up that I found to be quite helpful, gives a nice walk through of how its done.

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