Finally up to assembly on 2x MFW-15 sealed boxes. I went with 3.0 cu.ft. per:

For bracing the idea was to break the panels into thirds; no more than 1/3 of the width/depth not being braced:

(I subsequently added another brace perpendicular to the ones at the bottom of the box)

I used 3/4" cabinet birch from my local building supply. It pretty much sucked. Not only was there a void the entire length of the sheet (visible when I ripped it 2' wide), the veneer bubbled on me:

(I cut the bubble out with a razor knife and filled with 2-part epoxy)

Tim

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Panels: Volume: 3.373 ft^3

2X 19.25x19.25 - Front baffle and rear of box.

1X 19.25x19.25 - Double baffle

2X 19.25x18.5 - Top and Bottom

2X 17.75x18.5 - Sides

Bracing: Bracing Volume: 164.25 in^3

2X 2x18.5 Top to Bottom

2X 2x18.5 Fron to Back

2X 2x17.75 Side to Side

Driver Volume: 0.2

Net Volume: 3.078 ft^3

**robotbunny**Panels: Volume: 3.373 ft^3

2X 19.25x19.25 - Front baffle and rear of box.

1X 19.25x19.25 - Double baffle

2X 19.25x18.5 - Top and Bottom

2X 17.75x18.5 - Sides

Bracing: Bracing Volume: 164.25 in^3

2X 2x18.5 Top to Bottom

2X 2x18.5 Fron to Back

2X 2x17.75 Side to Side

Driver Volume: 0.2

Net Volume: 3.078 ft^3

For bracing the idea was to break the panels into thirds; no more than 1/3 of the width/depth not being braced:

(I subsequently added another brace perpendicular to the ones at the bottom of the box)

I used 3/4" cabinet birch from my local building supply. It pretty much sucked. Not only was there a void the entire length of the sheet (visible when I ripped it 2' wide), the veneer bubbled on me:

(I cut the bubble out with a razor knife and filled with 2-part epoxy)

Tim