Current and future DIY projects

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jororaitchev

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« Reply #40 on: 3 Apr 2017, 07:43 pm »
Coming from a retired CNC machinist and Cadcam programmer, you are one hell of a wood worker/master craftsman/artist.  :notworthy:
I am electrical engineer.

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« Reply #41 on: 3 Apr 2017, 10:52 pm »
Funny, I was thinking if you had a technical person (I of course had no idea that would be electrical engineer) combined with a master woodworker, that person could make these cabinets.  Hey, I was in the ballpark.  Just awesome work there jororaitchv, you should be very proud of your work.

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« Reply #42 on: 5 Apr 2017, 11:35 am »
Funny, I was thinking if you had a technical person (I of course had no idea that would be electrical engineer) combined with a master woodworker, that person could make these cabinets.  Hey, I was in the ballpark.  Just awesome work there jororaitchv, you should be very proud of your work.
Thank for your good evaluation!
Another small step in the project;












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« Reply #43 on: 5 Apr 2017, 04:44 pm »
Before the shell, this kinda reminded me of a Dalek  :lol:

How much are these beasts gonna weigh when they're finished?

jororaitchev

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« Reply #44 on: 5 Apr 2017, 04:54 pm »
Before the shell, this kinda reminded me of a Dalek  :lol:

How much are these beasts gonna weigh when they're finished?
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No more than 14-20 kg.

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« Reply #45 on: 10 Apr 2017, 08:48 pm »
...... you should be very proud of your work.
I forgot to mention, some others also rated the project- sold.

jororaitchev

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« Reply #46 on: 12 Apr 2017, 12:20 pm »
Аnother small step in my project;








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« Reply #47 on: 13 Apr 2017, 03:53 am »
Absolutely amazing work and you do it by hand!

Very impressive indeed!

I have all of the tools you showed in your picture and I would not even imagine you could do the incredible work you have done with them.

Please continue to post, I personally am very interested indeed.

Greg

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« Reply #48 on: 16 Apr 2017, 11:47 am »
Absolutely amazing work and you do it by hand.
.......
Please continue to post, I personally am very interested indeed.
Greg

Thanks!
I will do it!
Joro

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« Reply #49 on: 26 Apr 2017, 02:15 pm »
An interesting situation, nobody asked me what happened to the column volume in such ventilation! How will we calculate the volume/ have st losses/ in this complex form of ventilation?


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« Reply #50 on: 26 Apr 2017, 03:06 pm »
Don't know what all those baffles do to the loading of the drivers, but the baffle volume should be just math.

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« Reply #51 on: 26 Apr 2017, 04:12 pm »
Don't know what all those baffles do to the loading of the drivers, but the baffle volume should be just math.
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« Reply #52 on: 26 Apr 2017, 09:01 pm »
How did you bend those back panels like that Joro??? BEAUTIFUL WORK!!!

jororaitchev

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« Reply #53 on: 28 Apr 2017, 07:30 am »
How did you bend those back panels like that Joro??? BEAUTIFUL WORK!!!
Thanks for your evaluation!
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« Reply #54 on: 28 Apr 2017, 12:56 pm »
Holy Sh**t I never seen anything like this for a DIY speaker project. If you leave in Texas I'll love to do a road trip and meet you to see this beauty's in person.
 Highly impress by your work, MAD SKILLS :o :o

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« Reply #55 on: 28 Apr 2017, 03:17 pm »
Don't know what all those baffles do to the loading of the drivers, but the baffle volume should be just math.
Just from eyeballing it, I feel like the volume is around 95% still.

jororaitchev

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« Reply #56 on: 28 Apr 2017, 04:54 pm »
Just from eyeballing it, I feel like the volume is around 95% still.



Maybe you threw beans?

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« Reply #57 on: 29 Apr 2017, 03:08 am »
Maybe you threw beans?

Excuse me? I feel like this is an expression... but I have no idea what it means.  :scratch:

jororaitchev

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« Reply #58 on: 29 Apr 2017, 01:58 pm »
Excuse me? I feel like this is an expression... but I have no idea what it means.  :scratch:
It's a joke, there are such people in Bulgaria - , wizards, magician  which foresee the future by throwing beans.
In America the shamans are guessing the future by throwing bones.
The reason for this joke is your statement:
- ....."I feel like the volume is around 95% still."

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« Reply #59 on: 29 Apr 2017, 05:38 pm »
Oh I see. My reasoning/estimation was the bracing was looked like it was taking up about one eighth volume (pure guess based on stacking heights), but then with all the holes cutting out maybe 60% of the bracing... it worked out to 5%  :green: