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halfway there and I would like to finish joining this weekend sand them and start painting next week before it gets to cold , it’s been along time since I had these boxes Martin 215 , can’t wait to try them out, and which driver will work out of the two we have , 
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Nice way to move things around, that pallet jack.. I used to make a living by hauling things around with one.
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Awesome!! 
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Thanks for all the photos, looks like you'll have them running in no time!

Sooooo I discovered the stupid mistake I had made after I modelled the cab again, hehe. It was the side panels' length: I had drawn it to be 910, but it is 18mm shorter. This resulted in the 16mm difference in the drawing. I also scaled the original drawing in illustrator to quite closely match the real-life measurements to check the angles and lengths of the corner braces. Both of the braces are 45 degrees with the back panel. The brace touching the baffle is about 62mm from the back panel to the longer corner of the brace, like shown in the photo. 



On another note, have I understood correctly that the baffle and side panel look something like this?



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that’s good you gotten that problem solved am on number five now , should be done tomorrow 😊
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Hello there, nice to find this post as I have the same plans and going to start building a pair these days. Nice boxes you have there :)
Let me ask you, how are you connecting the speakers internally? in this cab the speakers are supposed to be connected in parallel into one output in the back of the cab, but i cannot get to the idea of how to do this. Could you show some photos? Would be very appreciated.

And by the way, thanks to all the users in here, been reading this forum for years without writing and has helped me a lot.
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Originally posted by Waipy Waipy wrote:

Hello there, nice to find this post as I have the same plans and going to start building a pair these days. Nice boxes you have there :)
Let me ask you, how are you connecting the speakers internally? in this cab the speakers are supposed to be connected in parallel into one output in the back of the cab, but i cannot get to the idea of how to do this. Could you show some photos? Would be very appreciated.

And by the way, thanks to all the users in here, been reading this forum for years without writing and has helped me a lot.
thanks I am going to wire mine  as -1/+1 to one driver and -2/+2 for next driver I intend to use an  X4 Powersoft to run them , am in the process of sanding now will post some pics later 
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Thanks for the answer, but I explained myself wrong.

The question is: how are you gonna handle the wiring between drivers and the speakon? I cannot figure how to do the conexion withouth drilling the internal panels.
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Originally posted by Waipy Waipy wrote:

Thanks for the answer, but I explained myself wrong.

The question is: how are you gonna handle the wiring between drivers and the speakon? I cannot figure how to do the conexion withouth drilling the internal panels.

You do drill the internal panels, route the wire through, then fill the hole with sealant if there's any gaps.
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That clears everything, thanks.
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Check out ace vintage systems, he has at least 24 original boxes, that he has improved 
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