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    What are you guys using for baffles? I'm looking to retire and want to start a new hobby\skill. I have strong old time mechanical drawling training. It would be used for many different things but I'd start with nice looking amp cases for the little class d kits.

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    There might be a market for attractive baffles with wavguides integrated into the design.
    Thanks,
    Aaron

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    • #3
      Baffles are pretty easy with a plunge router and commercial (Jasper) or homemade circle jig.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by djg View Post
        Baffles are pretty easy with a plunge router and commercial (Jasper) or homemade circle jig.
        For the most part with plain vanilla baffles. CNC opens up the opportunity for more complex shapes, higher precision etc.

        I wouldn't want to try something like this by hand for instance...but if I had a CNC - I would definitely explore increasing the complexity of the geometry both for sonic and aesthetic purposes.


        Constructions: Dayton+SB 2-Way v1 | Dayton+SB 2-Way v2 | Fabios (SB Monitors)
        Refurbs: KLH 2 | Rega Ela Mk1

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        • #5
          I havent got the tools/skills to do proper recessed baffles.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by DeZZar View Post

            For the most part with plain vanilla baffles. CNC opens up the opportunity for more complex shapes, higher precision etc.

            I wouldn't want to try something like this by hand for instance...but if I had a CNC - I would definitely explore increasing the complexity of the geometry both for sonic and aesthetic purposes.

            I have the capability to make baffles like this.

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            • #7
              Ill pay for proper baffles!

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              • #8
                3D printing also opens options for simplifying certain aspects of complicated baffles.
                Thanks,
                Aaron

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DeZZar View Post

                  For the most part with plain vanilla baffles. CNC opens up the opportunity for more complex shapes, higher precision etc.

                  I wouldn't want to try something like this by hand for instance...but if I had a CNC - I would definitely explore increasing the complexity of the geometry both for sonic and aesthetic purposes.

                  Don't need cnc to do that, can do it with a jig and chamfer bit.

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