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other than speaker builds, i seen where some of you here are building entertainment cabinets and speaker stands. what software are most of you using? im looking to build a cab to house my amps, routers and blue ray player. will Smart draw work or is that over-kill? im looking for something simple. dimensions and cut sheet plans. thanx

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sketchlist 3d looks pretty simple to use to

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Google Sketchup is fairly easy to learn, lots of tutorials online. 

http://www.sketchup.com/

 

Once you know the dimensions of your panels, load them up into cut list

http://delphiforfun.org/programs/cutlist.htm

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Google Sketchup is fairly easy to learn, lots of tutorials online. 

http://www.sketchup.com/

 

Once you know the dimensions of your panels, load them up into cut list

http://delphiforfun.org/programs/cutlist.htm

wtf is delphi! you have to answer riddles and solve math problems before you can use the program? wth!

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how in the hell do you use delphi? that site is crazy lol

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how in the hell do you use delphi? that site is crazy lol

 

what lol

 

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Another vote for Sketchup, and particularly the 3D Warehouse that has many models to download and deconstruct.
The scaling capabilities are powerful and allow easy alteration.

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sketchup is easy and if you need some help I teach sketchup and have video tutorials that can help here http://teachers.sd43.bc.ca/dpurych/Classroom%20Documents/dreambedroom.aspx

If you navigate the site their are lots of tutorials to help
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