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Great work! 

I've got a Boxford system too. The software sucks donkey balls! I feel your pain!

I've been looking into upgrades to allow the use of Mach3 via USB/Ethernet. Seems like it can be done with ~£120 worth of Chinesium from th'eBay...maybe? Or perhaps that will just lose steps all over the parish and be exactly 0% better! Difficult to tell from online reviews, as people with good working machines don't bother to post reviews....

I like the look of your dust extraction cowl, got any more photos of the machine?
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Nice work, just curious will this be a diy project meaning plans will be available since the 8" horn is already available from Adam Hall? Was also thinking about in 15 mm cab for lighter ply. Been looking for something like this for a long time. I was planning on building Dref's new Omega mid top since 2013 on this site but the 10" horn was a lot of work plus tuning would have taken a lot of hours to build a specific phase plug. But was a good diy for someone that has experience in building mid tops of higher caliber. Will be waiting for your final product luthier.Big smile
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Originally posted by studio45 studio45 wrote:

Great work! 

I've got a Boxford system too. The software sucks donkey balls! I feel your pain!

I've been looking into upgrades to allow the use of Mach3 via USB/Ethernet. Seems like it can be done with ~£120 worth of Chinesium from th'eBay...maybe? Or perhaps that will just lose steps all over the parish and be exactly 0% better! Difficult to tell from online reviews, as people with good working machines don't bother to post reviews....

I like the look of your dust extraction cowl, got any more photos of the machine?



LOL Yeah it's a pig alright,... 

'll have to have a look into mach 3. Sounds interesting! 

The dust extraction cowl was made by a colleague, I'll grab some close ups when I'm next in. It works really well just makes the tool change a bit tricky. 

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Nice work, just curious will this be a diy project meaning plans will be available since the 8" horn is already available from Adam Hall?

Not sure about releasing plans, it would make a very difficult DIY build due to the compound angles inherent with a bph in a trapezoidal cab.

The 8" isn't likely to stay but there's another thread about my own 8" I'm trying to develop.

Was also thinking about in 15 mm cab for lighter ply. 

15mm birch is quite hard to get hold of as not many places stock it. I've always had to order it in and wait a week. The weight difference is nothing crazy 33kg for 15mm and 37.5kg 18mm. I could adjust the plans for 15mn but I'd rather have the extra strength. 

Been looking for something like this for a long time. I was planning on building Dref's new Omega mid top since 2013 on this site but the 10" horn was a lot of work plus tuning would have taken a lot of hours to build a specific phase plug. But was a good diy for someone that has experience in building mid tops of higher caliber. Will be waiting for your final product luthier.Big smile

Never seen Dref's plan but I'd like to, I'll have to search it up. 







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