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  • fpitas
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    Originally posted by dynamo View Post

    Made me think of Jeff Bagby’s Spiritwinds:
    Yeah, that's the one I was thinking of.

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  • dynamo
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    Originally posted by fpitas View Post
    Somebody here did make a cabinet very similar to that.
    Made me think of Jeff Bagby’s Spiritwinds:

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  • Wolf
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    A rabbeting bit set might help if the cutouts are perfectly circular. At least the rebate could be fixed.
    Wolf

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  • davidB
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    That's the least of the problems, twenty minutes with a rasp or hoof file would do both woofer holes.

    I forgot to mention having to buy from a vendor who will let you return drivers if they do not match the spec'd size.

    Why we don't make holes till we have drivers in hand.

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  • DeZZar
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    Originally posted by Wolf View Post
    You are looking for round-under, reverse-chamfer, or solid-composite router bits
    this is about all I can find commercially available: https://www.carbitool.com.au/product...AaAjbrEALw_wcB

    Bearings just in the wrong place. I guess if you're game you could use the shaft as the stop bearing lol

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  • Wolf
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    Originally posted by DeZZar View Post
    Good luck with that. I've tried to find a "reverse rebate flush trim" router bit in the past - don't think it exists?
    You are looking for round-under, reverse-chamfer, or solid-composite router bits. Freud has them for solid-composite material working for kitchen sinks and such. MLCS had a 1/2" round under in 0.25" shaft, but I think it's discontinued, and it's dangerous. The Magnate reverse chamfers Javad had made are 0.5" shaft, and wicked.

    Wolf

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  • djg
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    Our overseer mattp did a very nice build thread on a very similar cabinet.

    https://techtalk.parts-express.com/f...roject-teasers

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  • Wolf
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    Yeah, and they rock!!

  • johnny5jz
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    My silverflute peerless speaker was very similar. You can easily go in afterwards with a rasp bit on a drill and manually create a champher. I have done that once before, and it worked great. It is not as pretty and takes more time, but works just as well. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk

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  • fpitas
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    Somebody here did make a cabinet very similar to that.

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  • fpitas
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    We're going to need more cowbell.

  • djg
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    Forum member JavadS had some made.

  • DeZZar
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    Originally posted by davidB View Post
    chamfer the rear of the woofer hole,
    Good luck with that. I've tried to find a "reverse rebate flush trim" router bit in the past - don't think it exists?

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  • davidB
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    Let's see...if you find drivers that fit the holes and rebates perfectly,
    chamfer the rear of the woofer hole,
    measure the drivers in the box,
    and are good enough to make a pair of fairly random drivers work well together,
    you'll have a pair of pretty speakers,
    whose size, range, and output may suit you.

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  • djg
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kjy2sZ8yBGQ
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