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Red face building my Mini Marty

Hi Guys

I just started to build my mini marty sub. Once finished its going to have the Dayton UM18 in it and going to run off inuke 3000dsp

I havent got a table saw so i have been using a circular saw , some cuts are good some are a bit rough but not out heaps phew
hopefully i have it finished by the weekend so i can sand it down etc








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Hi Guys

Heres a quick update on the build. Over the weekend i sanded it down , round the edges off and down the first coat of primer .

inside the box all the edges are sealed and siliconed just incase . Cant believe how much it weighs atm :/





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Looks great can't wait to see it painted
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Looks great, what are you thinking for paint?

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Looks great, what are you thinking for paint?
Im thinking of going satan or gloss black with a clear coat . Doing a test on a scrap first to see if it works out
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Im thinking of going satan or gloss black with a clear coat . Doing a test on a scrap first to see if it works out
satan ?
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satan ?
hahaha oops , Satin black
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I'm thinking satin as well. Post some pics when you are done, I would love to see how it comes out,

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nice job. im looking forward to hearing your listening impressions.


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Hi guys

painting is done , tomorrow i be sanding it with 1500 grit paper before i put the clear coat on



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ok painting is done and clear coat , just waiting on the driver and amp to come in now





ok there is some small inperfections but for my first build it still looks good
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At least you got the paint on, mine are still in raw mdf, Looking good!

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At least you got the paint on, mine are still in raw mdf, Looking good!
make sure you seal the edges good or it will take a lot of paint to cover it , plus with the clear coat dont put it on thick or you get little air bubbles
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