Originally Posted by Danielson99
I'll get back to you on this in a couple days. If it's possible I'll probably only be doing it as a flatpack 'ready to assemble' type package. Also, I'll probably be doing it in multiples of 3 as that is what the saw will cut at one time. 3 sheets of 3/4" material at a time, all perfectly identical cuts. Anyway, don't get your hopes up yet...we'll see by Friday most likely...
Thanks for having a look
I've drawn the sheets for ease of illustration but in this situation and in my own builds I generally try and make sure that all the edges are machine cuts, can you consider adjusting your layout to accommodate this. Eliminating the factory edges insures the glue joints are nice and tight with very small glue lines. There are other significantly easier to assemble designs in "inventory" if you want to offer a line of flatpacks. Offering a flatpack of a Shiva/Tempest/Maelstrom-X + dual PR design could sell in voulme if you have the ability to package for drop shipment via FedEx/UPS.
Originally Posted by mayhem13
Seriously Dan, with this kind of production capabilities at your disposal, you should contact Kevin Haskins at Exodus and see if he wants to partner up on ShivaX flatpack enclosures based on an optimal sealed and ported design. Even the ID plug and play sub mfgrs would have to run for cover.
I'm 100% with you on this. I'm sure this would increase sales of the higher performance "boutique" drivers. I think there are lots of folks out there that simply don't buy the drivers for lack of tools or skill they think they can't build a worthy enclosure. This would potentially open the door to very high performance for those with the patience to assemble the enclosure.