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punkbastard 
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Posted: December 07, 2006 at 9:22 AM / IP Logged  

Thank you all for your compliments, its very encouraging.

Thought you might liike to see the finished pics as well so here ya go.

How to make an insert. - Page 2 -- posted image.

How to make an insert. - Page 2 -- posted image.

How to make an insert. - Page 2 -- posted image.

realitycheck 
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ahh now that just did it for me. I love the logos and it looks so good with the sub in there. I love how all the colors flow together very nice. Awesome job.
Learning the trade one fiberglass creation at a time!
punkbastard 
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Posted: December 07, 2006 at 10:17 PM / IP Logged  

Ha ha, that finished you off huh?  Glad I could take care of that for ya.  Thats just nasty.

You guys wouldn't even believe how tight that sub is in there, I don't even know how I would get it out.  It was so tight that when I dropped it to let it fall in, it actually went down slow because there was such little room for air to escape.  It was awesome.

Trevdawg 
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Damn!!! That is nice!
Triple-x 
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Posted: December 18, 2006 at 12:25 AM / IP Logged  
wow, nice work man.. i love that look .. suede on vinyl.. that shot.. nice color combo to..
if you like glassing you should come check out fiberglassforums.com .. i practically live over there.. its an awesome site man..
that box came out really good.. how did it sound.?
i like the splash shape of the insert too.
the insert can also be held in place with a little dot of ca on the corners and then gently pryed off when nessecary.. that just another way i have used when i may not have the clearance for dbl stick tape..
btw.. how do you like that red 3m dbl stk.. i got some when i ran out of yellow kent tape and i think the kent is far better.. easier to peel and sticks was better too, also way more expensive for the kent tape.. lol..
lastly.. where do you work .. looks like a hifi buys or tweeter bay..?
PEACE!
punkbastard 
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Posted: December 18, 2006 at 12:55 AM / IP Logged  

Went with the 3m because I knew that long after I'm gone somebody is gonna wanna take that panel off and I didn't want them messing it up.  The kent is far superior to the 3m but the company (ultimate Electronics) supplies me with the 3m so thats what I go with. 

The box sounds about as good as it can in a current limited-soundboard controlled demo room.  I might put it in my diamond room so I can run it straight off an amp.  You should see the box in person, it looks way better.  Those pictures were taken with my treo.

I will definitely check out that website, I think i might have been there a time or two by following random links.

Thanks everybody for the support, it means a lot. 

integratyper934 
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Posted: December 18, 2006 at 1:05 AM / IP Logged  

<----tweeter employee here..... i also use silicone on the corners to hold in inserts.

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