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Username: Basebalz13

Moneta, Va Usa

Post Number: 1500
Registered: Aug-07
http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=80687

this wat u using???
 

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Username: Deadrabit

Marionville, MO

Post Number: 1633
Registered: Jun-07
no.
im using advantech

http://huberwood.com/main.aspx?pagename=advantechflooring

it is no smooth but its strong stuff! just go to lows or something and look at a sheet. it stronger than trupan, mdf, and even baltic birch...... or at least that is what i was told.
it is pressed but it is pressed at a much higher pressure and it is pressed with a resin or something... idk! but its strong
i wouldn't waste me time wit regular plywood
 

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Username: Tatonka

-[Team Audible Insanity]-

Post Number: 2917
Registered: Mar-07
Did you know that strength isn't the only reason why people use MDF for boxes? The MAIN reason is that it is acoustically dead.
 

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Username: Snowball123

West Allis, WI

Post Number: 2651
Registered: Oct-07
he doesnt know much.
 

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Username: Basebalz13

Moneta, Va Usa

Post Number: 1502
Registered: Aug-07
x2 nick...
 

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Username: Mike11202

RE MT 15 VFL 200.1 , Sewell, NJ US

Post Number: 1903
Registered: Nov-06
if he fiberglasses over the advantech i dont see the problem
 

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Username: Jtown

Texas

Post Number: 3742
Registered: Mar-07
you should work on your grammar, but mainly do some research on the materials you use.
why?
1. you might know what you're doing.
and
2. you stop yourself from constantly sounding like a complete idiot.
 

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Username: Safe_cracker

Only Fcking H0M0S , Say WaterPolo! US

Post Number: 4929
Registered: Jan-06
Check into OSB also. I had a box made for me one time and the guy used that and it was strong as heck and lighter than MDF but he did resin over it...

Polo.}
 

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Username: Wingmanalive

Www.stainles... .ecrater.com

Post Number: 20374
Registered: Jun-06
OSB. Oriented Strand Board. Some call it waffer or flake board. My industry uses it ALL the time in construction. Mostly panels though. And we almost NEVER sheath corner construction with it. It's a strength issue. Cheaper/lighter yes. By far.

For box construction I would avoid it. It doesn't hold a screw edgewise to save its' life.

Just my $.02.
 

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Username: Deadrabit

Marionville, MO

Post Number: 1634
Registered: Jun-07
OSB is strong . if u use glue and fibgerglass u can get about anything to hold togather good.

now idk about u guys! but when i make a box using mdf or what ever wood i use i go over the inside with fiberglass resin or maybe just glass all of it. that was i don't have to worry aobut the voids
.

now advantech compared to OSB>??? i got this right off the like i just showed u

AdvanTech flooring's moisture resistance, design bending strength and design stiffness are superior in comparison to commodity OSB or plywood


now i am not going to say that i found this and am the first to ever use it. i told u all before jermy Ledgerwood was the guy that told me about this. and he has use it , baltic and mdf.
he says mdf is pretty crappy to use for spl.
so i thought hey ill look it up! and from what i can see its stronger. that with maybe layers of fiberglass its going to be good. i can't find any reason not to use it other than its kinda heavy but no more than mdf


i can see none of u have ever tried it???? maybe i should make like 3 or 4 boxes that are all the same but different wood and get a meter to see what difference we can tell
 

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Username: Deadrabit

Marionville, MO

Post Number: 1644
Registered: Jun-07
any one???
 

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Username: Southernrebel

Monroe, Louisiana Team Audible...

Post Number: 7432
Registered: Mar-04
Ledgerwood from Team AudioQue?
 

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Username: Deadrabit

Marionville, MO

Post Number: 1645
Registered: Jun-07
yep. he lives like a few miles away from me
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