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  • djg
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    The deadly fly cutter. You should have to go through a background check to buy one of those.

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  • skatz
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    [QU but don't ever try using one in a hand held drill.[/QUOTE]

    Sounds like the voice of experience!

    Steve

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  • randytyler
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    Sorry, I've always called it a swing saw. It's actually a General Tool Circle Cutter: https://www.generaltools.com/heavy-duty-circle-cutter

    Works great in a drill press, but don't ever try using one in a hand held drill.

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  • djg
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    "swing saw on drill press", google fails me. Help? Nice work.

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  • randytyler
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    Thank you! What you're seeing is a rabbeting router bit kit. I just install the bearing/sleeve corresponding to the recess I need and then set the bit depth on the router table and spin the box around the bit. I have a couple of different Japser jigs I use for larger enclosures, but this method works great for smaller boxes. Same with cutting the holes with the swing saw on the drill press.

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  • tomzarbo
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    Oh, and the speakers look nice too.

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  • tomzarbo
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    What is that in the second picture? Is that what you did the recesses with? Looks interesting.
    TomZ

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  • randytyler
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    Just a few more pictures

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  • randytyler
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    More pictures

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  • randytyler
    started a topic The SeaMores

    The SeaMores

    After several weeks of anticipation (procrastination), I finally got a chance to “make some sawdust” last weekend. My new shop speakers, tentatively dubbed the “SeaMores” will be outfitted with a Morel MW168 6" woofer with a SEAS 22TAF/G tweeter. The enclosures are approximately 10L with a 1-1/2” diameter vent. Following are pictures of my progress so far.
    Special thanks to Dynamo and Chris Roemer for their enclosure and crossover design assistance!
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