Originally Posted by Rowan611
How will you keep the BB from warping? I know once it's cut it tends to warp a lot easier. I only ask because I'm getting ready to start my builds with BB and I'm trying to decide if I cut all the panels or as I need them.
I was planning on using tires to keep my sheets from warping on me. Plus, building jigs to help in any panel does warp.
Yet another build I'm looking forward too.
Oh, one more question. When you spray, how far are you away from the sub? Do you use sprayer grade Duratex? I guess that's two questions. Lol.
Typed on a tiny keyboard, excuse any typos
I didn’t know it warp that fast
I better get cracking then! I had a lot planned out today for this but ended up having to do other things. I started with all the round overs on the panels and tomorrow I’m all setup to cut all the window bracing. I don’t think the box is going to warp once I get the bracing glued in place since it’s every 8-10 inches.
I’m starting out getting all the little things done first so assemble goes fast.
1. Round overs
2. Window Bracing all cut and round overs finished
3. Driver baffle cutout and glued to the second baffle.
Once these are done everything else will go fast.
As for duratex I use the spray grade from parts express and use my cheap 100$ Wagner spray gun. I don’t add any water to and the gun sprays fine. I do prime the box first which I think helps the duratex go farther. When I spray I’m about 12-16 inches from the box and very careful not get any runs on the box that’s why I spray 2-3 coats on.