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Finally time to build my box, any help welcome. (Cut sheet) (design)

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Orderd my NSV4 18” dvc 2ohm,  final load will be 1ohm,  ssf will be at 25hz so a box tunes to 28 would be nice.

Ill be using an Orion hcca 5k v2,  dyno sheet shows 5500 @ 12.6v.

Any other info needed let me know.

SUB DEPTH 15 1/4"

SUB MOTOR WIDTH 6 1/2"

Sub displacement about .27

Room i have is 48" wide and about 30" deep. 

Sub up port back.

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Do you have a specific question?  What kind of help are you looking for?

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A cut sheet with sizes etc, assuming 1” mdf will be used.

 

Need port back sub up.  Will be going in back of an 05 Tahoe.

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5 hours ago, Dragonsyph said:

A cut sheet with sizes etc, assuming 1” mdf will be used.

 

Need port back sub up.  Will be going in back of an 05 Tahoe.

Unless you already have a pile of 1" MDF you want to use up, there is no good reason to use 1" MDF.  Zero. None.  

What are the max dimensions of your space? 

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35 minutes ago, Triticum Agricolam said:

Unless you already have a pile of 1" MDF you want to use up, there is no good reason to use 1" MDF.  Zero. None.  

What are the max dimensions of your space? 

Once i get off work I’ll measure to see.  Tons of room since I took out 3ird row seats.   

No mdf?  So we talking like 7 or 11 ply birch? 

 

Havent built a box since high school some odd 15 years ago lol.

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6 minutes ago, Dragonsyph said:

Once i get off work I’ll measure to see.  Tons of room since I took out 3ird row seats.   

No mdf?  So we talking like 7 or 11 ply birch? 

 

Havent built a box since high school some odd 15 years ago lol.

You can use MDF if you want, though I would argue that a quality plywood has its benefits.  What I was mainly referring to is that you wanted to use 1" thick material.  A sheet of 1" MDF weighs about 120 lbs.  It absolutely sucks to work with.  All the extra weight isn't gaining you much either.  You would be much better off with 3/4" MDF and using the weight you saved vs 1" material to add bracing and doubling up on certain panels that would actually benefit from being two layers thick.  

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3 hours ago, Triticum Agricolam said:

You can use MDF if you want, though I would argue that a quality plywood has its benefits.  What I was mainly referring to is that you wanted to use 1" thick material.  A sheet of 1" MDF weighs about 120 lbs.  It absolutely sucks to work with.  All the extra weight isn't gaining you much either.  You would be much better off with 3/4" MDF and using the weight you saved vs 1" material to add bracing and doubling up on certain panels that would actually benefit from being two layers thick.  

That makes a lot of sense, and thank you for all the information, I’m lacking in this department.  and 3/4 is a lot cheaper here.  


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Sorry

for the delay works been Killing me.

About 30” deep and 48” wide is what I have to play with.


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Wheres all the box guys at?  I was talking to someone like 4 months ago about a design but i totally forgot what his name was.  Sheder or shretter or something. 

Side note, the d3100 DID not fit in the front like i thought it would, so i just orderd a D3400 lol.  

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