I've started cutting and building my X-voce and X-statik cabinets in MDF. I'm sure my wife thinks I'm mad, but I'm having great fun
I've got the X-Voce cabinet in dry assembly and I think it looks pretty good, as with all beginners 'mistakes were made'... And learnt from.
Anyway, I'm now tackling the X-statik. Being in Oz, I'm using 18mm sheet for the builds, which is OK, however I'm guessing I'm going to have to 'wing it' with the rear sealed cabinet slope dimensions as 18mm isn't the same as 0.75".
How do people in a similar position solve the odd cut angle at each end of the panel? Assume circular saw, jig saw, router are to hand but nothing more complicated than that. Is it a matter of leaving a square end to the panel and filling the gap created with bondo and lots of sanding or is there an easier method?
Also, as an aside, is No Rez easy to cut with a circular saw to get a nice clean line or would a jig saw be better?
I'll post some pics when I have a bit of a story board to go with it. It should be fun. So many firsts for me on this.