I am certainly swamped with emails.
I have a design for dual opposed 18" Daytons but I'm not sure there's enough interest to get them cut in a decent number. The CNC company could do it next week, or the week after. Each box uses about 1.5 sheets, so they'd have to ship in 2 boxes. But the last run of sub boxes was around $15k, and I also had to pay for the pallet of waveguides and horns from Poland which was around the same amount, not counting shipping.
The past subwoofer flat packs showed me that I need to hire some part time help. It was just too much for one person to keep up with. As of yesterday I think I'm caught up to about 4-5 days out on orders, so that's not too bad. But as news of all this spreads to other sites, those guys have no idea that I'm doing this by myself. There's nothing like slinging 40 - 70lb boxes around all day and then having some people aggravated that they ordered something 3 days ago and can't understand why it hasn't shipped yet.
It doesn't really bother me or anything like that, but I wish they would read the home page prior to ordering.
A dual opposed box would be cheaper to ship than two single boxes, because it's 2 shipping packages either way. But of course the dual opposed wouldn't weigh 120lbs.
If there was demand, I'd do it. But it's probably not a good idea to turn this thread into another subwoofer box thread trying to keep up with who would be interested.
I'm ready to take this SEOS stuff to the next level and want to know if anyone is interested in helping with a Kick Starter project. I've been saving my money to get another size done in plastic. But I'm thinking about setting up a Kickstarter project to get more than one done at the same time. I stink at writing and trying to get my point across. So if anyone thinks it's a good idea, or wants to help write something up, I'm ready to roll with it.Edited by Erich H - 3/8/13 at 2:59pm