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    Posted: 18 November 2019 at 5:54pm
Hi, Im looking at building some 1850 cabinets I have 4 sheets of 18mm ply to use so I'm hoping to be able to make 2 from this. This is the first time I'll be building any type of speaker cabinet.

I saw a post about a cut-list from years back where the images are no longer available. Has anyone got anything similair to this as I would like to get the most out of my ply as possible.


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If nobody has the cut-list, there is a piece of (free) software called Cut-List. Give it a Google and you'll find it.
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Or maxcut.
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I use a free app called cut list optimiser Thumbs Up
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Cut list optimiser seems good when I've used it. Otherwise a list of sizes, some paper, a ruler and a pencil and work it out. Depends on who/how is cutting it. 
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