Originally Posted by bass addict
Originally Posted by brian6751
6-7 equal plies. Yes. Absolutely. As long as you inspect it and it has few voids. There will be some but I've seen nasty sheets before.
Originally Posted by Audiophile1178
This is being made using Arauco ply from Home Depot:
Seems to be working fine so far as the build is concerned. The only downfall is that it's a very soft wood and can be marked fairly easily.
OK, thank you. I'll move forward with this direction. If everything goes as planned I should have all my cabs cutout today. I can then work on assembly over the next couple days.
I'll be building a 4.7 net cu ft triangle corner subwoofer, 24" x 24" x 34" face x 40" high, image like this:
It's a dedicated corner HT subwoofer, will have interior barcing/etc.
I plan on using Arauco ply like others have, since it will be under the green fabric that prior covered my bass trap there I don't really care the finish.
Is there a cheaper plywood/other wood 3/4" thick to use that is structurally acceptable that I should consider, or safe bet for value savings is stick with Arauco ply?