Well I finally was able to upload some pics.
Oh yah I forgot to mention when I was using my circular saw to cut my Sla's I cut alittle to much:
I was told by Brad I would need 13 7/8 hole cut out. So I measured 6 15/16 and used a bolt to hold my router in:
I was off because I measured from the very edge of the outside bolt to the outside of the router bit. And I forgot I was pivoting around the bolt which made my circle about a 1/2" short. So that was a fun episode of freehand routing a circle.
Anyways I got started o gluing the first panel and could never get the panel straight. It even fell over completely when I left for the glue to dry.
I ended up using panels 2/3 to hold panel 1 in place. I also used brad nails(finishing nails). I then only had a few clamps so I just used 3 guide boards to hold the panels 2/3 up and apart at the right distance
I have finally loaded the glued panels back into my shed/garage. and man that thing is heavy and very awkward. Especially with the guide boards hanging out further than the sides.
Here are some more pics of how it is now. I just used some weight s I have to help put some pressure down on the glued panels. We bought this house we live in now in January and the previous owner had these lights in the shed and I never felt like taking them down.
Well, done for now but cant wait to glue some more.
Thats good to hear DL86. Not sure how mine will end up but I am trying to use plenty of poly glue so there is no leeks.
Oh yah and another thing. It says to breakin the driver but honestly I dont have anything that will play 10-15hz. for 30 mins or whatever it is needed.
And I also cant remember how to use my multimeter and see what amount of voltage is going to my sub. I had measured it in volts when I was wondering what my speakers were getting but never got a reading.
SO obviously I wasn't doing the testing correctly or something. BUT eventually I would like to use REW software and do other testings so I can gather readings to compare. And when I grow up I can be just like Lilmike.