Originally Posted by Kanaris
The line is created when he used the 1/2" round over bit on the sides... if you set it deeper the line comes out thicker.It gives it a nice look...
Good catch, Mike! I used a small diameter bearing on the roundover bit to create that effect.tuxedocivic
--You're right, I doubled the front baffle. Curt recommended it, because there is a lot of force created by all the drivers. So the baffle is 1.5" thick (nominal). I'll get more shots of the edge profile later and yes, these cabinets are ready for assembly.maxmercy
--Bondo is an excellent filler. I'm glad you mentioned it.
Originally Posted by dykz34
Great build! Could we see some pictures in the sun of the cabinets length-wise now that they are sprayed? Does the epoxy cover the woodgrain thoroughly?
Thanks! It's too late for sunshine shots. The sun is nearly set and it is overcast. I'll get some more shots tomorrow.
After two coats, you can still see some wood grain, which is the effect I wanted. If you sprayed another coat or two, you could sand the cabinets perfectly smooth. Alternatively, you could use a good filler primer.BeerParty