We decided to give the Nomex220 a somehow odd form, which we decided to give more width than depth. For this kind of design the hardware shop can not sufficiently cut the boards, so that a format boater was needed. Of course the principle behind this design is transferable to other designs which is why we will publish this here.
Three things are what are needed: Boards, glue and a package tape dispenser!
For each speaker we made the hardware shop cut two broad boards which then were processed with a buzz saw to have 30° angles. Another board that was resting on two supporting sawhorses was used as a table on which i placed the parts flushly next to each other in the right order. The remaining sawdust was removed with a moist tissue.
All edges got sealed with package tape and additionally for better support we applied 3 straps of package tape crosswise to the edges. With the help of another board and 2 terminal forcings the table was turned over and the working space was transfered to the floor.
Apply glue to the edges and quickly glue the stiffening board in place with some hot glue and...
we were good to fold the box in such a way that it would be self supportive. Take some additional stripes of tape and have them keep the las edge closed while the glue cures. Lid and base were glued on as rectangular boards and cut to shape later. The missing boards between the sides were added through the hole for the bass later.Back to: Assembling - Flat-TL Forward to: Assembling - adherence without words