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    Posted: 21 April 2006 at 12:33pm

Hi everyone

Im getting some HD215's built soon so i thought id knock up the drawings in CAD with all the butt joints and dado channels marked so i could get them cnc'd to speed up the build/lower the cost.

Ive made a couple of mistakes that need correcting and havent put the dimensions on yet but i was wondering if anyone else had any plans i could have a look at... im looking to make the curved section out of 5 angled strips...

Im starting with the HD215's, then im gonna draw the mt122, then the lab horn.  all drawings will come with a cutting plan too.  if enough ppl want it i'll post it 4 download.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Captain Caveman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 April 2006 at 12:23pm
ooh well get busy
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What CAD program are you using?  I'm very interested!

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erm sorry to have slowed this project down but what with trying to do this one, the punisher and mt121 all at once my time has been at a premium.... and it doesnt help that work now expect me to actually work when i turn up!!!

at the moment im using autocad LT as its quick for me to turn things out...  im gonna start on a 3d cad soon...maybe proengineer or more likey solidworks  [again all from work... you should be aware that if u use cad at work then its actually legal for u to get a copy for home use free!!!]

i think solid works will let me calculate weight but if not then i'll def use proe.

no ones come up with much help on the 5 sectional wood design so together with pictures and undimensioned plans from other threads and the polygon generator in autocad lt ive decided just to make the best that i can.

then i'll post a complete plan with the full dimensions, cutting list, and maybe set by set build pics...  doesnt the sun just get u in the mood to build stuff!

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Dom Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 April 2006 at 3:27pm
I can't  remember the last time I built a cab where the plans weren't drawn on the back of a used envelope/fag packet/beer mat etc... 

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Well,,, I draw on AutoCAD, but I must admit that changes to the plan are using a pencil on the print out.  I really should go back and update the drawing before I need to build more.

Beer mat?  That's a great idea! I think I've got a few of those laying around!

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no dom your not a ludite, just resourcefull!
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finally finalised the plan for my version...was thinking of having the brace going almost to the mouth of the cab but i cant be assed with doing all the cutting with a jigsaw man! now ive got cad at home i should do a cutting list too... no rest for the wicked.

if anyone needs autocad2007 on the sly i have figured out a way to get the 30 day demo to convert to the full version.  btw i = read it on the net somewhere... im no computer wiz kid! 
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