Ok, so I'm getting WAY ahead of myself as I've just started my sub build. I got a good deal on the sub and couldn't let it just sit in the box for the next year! http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1178073
I posted a while back about building a sonotube, (which I may still do once my theater is done) but for now I wanted to build something a little smaller for my living room. I decided on NEODAN's easy button max design for the time being. I have no previous woodworking skills, but I'm fairly handy. It will be powered by a EP2500. I've read through NEODAN's thread a few times, but I don't think I ever found what the final tune was for the box in it's MAX configuration. Anybody know?
So, it has been a few years since I worked with MDF. I forgot how much I hate it.
I really should have had on a mask. I used a table saw to cut up 2 sheets of 3/4" MDF. (bonus! I got home and looked at the receipt, they charged me for 1/2" mdf)
I am not known for having a neat work area. Plus I'm in the middle of replacing all my windows, a little but of siding, and new trim on the inside. All while building this sub and trying to get my theater done in the next couple years.
Gen II Maelstrom X I just got.
I plan on getting a jasper jig for my future projects. (When I'm done with everything else I'd like to build some statements for my LCR.) In the meantime, I just built my own circle jig.
Of coarse I broke my cutting bit with only a little but left to go. I think I may have tried to cut too much. I did 2 passes and should have done 3. I finished the cut with my jigsaw.
I don't have a lot of clamps, so I had to make due. This is sitting out in my driveway right now.