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Look Ma no sawdust

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Just started my pair of full Martys. 1st glue joint. This is a lot more pleasant
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than milling my own 1" mdf.
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can we have a "AMEN"?!?
After building 3 BFM THTLP's, large ones using not so great 1/2" ply and a ton of PL3, cause Bill said to . . .
the Submaximus V2- 3/4" ply and lots of Kregs- so much better
and some Marty's for @kevings , ( I assisted)
( yes- that guy- who said- there's gotta be an easier way for the AV crowd) <TY
probably about 12+ sheets of ply, (the full size panel saw helps . . .)
my first DIYSG flatpack for a 88 Special was " way to go, Mr. overly ambitious!"
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can't wait to see you fire it up . . .
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Second round of glue
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God bless Mommy God bless Daddy and God bless Harbor Freight. Did someone say clamps?
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nothing like new clamp pron . .
classic is still good too

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I don't which sounds more solid, the cement block or this GSG enclosure. They sound about the same when you knock on them.馃
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As someone who just started messing around with woodworking in the last few years, I realize that you can never have too many clamps.
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This a flatpack?
It is a GSG flatpack. My wife told me that I would need the services of a good surgeon if I made the mess again that my last four LLT subs made. So far I am very impressed with the precision of their panels. Latest progress photo. But don't let anybody tell you that clamps are not needed.
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Front panel day at the farm
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That layered front panel dropped in absolutely perfectly. The cut tolerances on this remind me more of metalworking than woodworking.
Still slaving away, back panel today. This one sub is using 3 16 oz bottles of Titebond o_O. Had I known I would have bought a gallon since I am building two and it would have cost me less. The back panel didn't want to fit but it was my fault a small blob of hardened glue was sitting on the dado on the cab side. Removed it and it fit pe
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