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Old 02-16-2012, 08:47 PM
Patrick2u Patrick2u is offline
 
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If and when I can afford a track saw guide (yes, I'm buying yours) I'll look forward 2 using this section. While I am not in wheelchair I'm headed in that direction. I am after my very last dream. I want my ownpro sound business however, the wood cuts I have 2 make for the speakers MUST be exact. My purpose in using this saw guide is because it kills my back doing by hand not 2 mention I have very limited woodworking experience. I have ruined some wood but giving up is NOT an option. If I can come up with the cash 2 buy my cut guide I'm certain it'll help tremendously. It will take a little time but I WILL get this saw guide. Maybe 1 day soon I'll have some good cut wood too show off 2 you guy's!!
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Old 02-16-2012, 09:20 PM
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I just made my first purchase and one of my projects is to build my own speakers as well. I never could cut straight and I hope the EZ will help me.
Good luck on your build,
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Old 02-16-2012, 11:03 PM
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If and when I can afford a track saw guide (yes, I'm buying yours) I'll look forward 2 using this section. While I am not in wheelchair I'm headed in that direction. I am after my very last dream. I want my ownpro sound business however, the wood cuts I have 2 make for the speakers MUST be exact. My purpose in using this saw guide is because it kills my back doing by hand not 2 mention I have very limited woodworking experience. I have ruined some wood but giving up is NOT an option. If I can come up with the cash 2 buy my cut guide I'm certain it'll help tremendously. It will take a little time but I WILL get this saw guide. Maybe 1 day soon I'll have some good cut wood too show off 2 you guy's!!
-Patrick-
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if few extrusions hold you back, this is not acceptable to ez.
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Old 02-16-2012, 11:39 PM
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Patrick,

There are a number of members here that make speaker boxes, I'm sure they will help with any questions you may have.
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Old 02-18-2012, 06:48 PM
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Welcome Patrick,

Like Dik has said there are a few speaker builders here my head is really into doing the same but have not built any at this time but I do keep up on the BFM cd of plans. Some other here have made some nice boxes or cabs.
So befor you build have a look at what they have and why they are better then most for the price.

I'm sure you will love EZ as you build with there tools or system
I also have a handycap but not a chair mine is in the vision area.

Have fun practice and enjoy is what they say on youtube lol.
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