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post #1 of 7 Old 08-19-2009, 12:04 PM Thread Starter
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Hello folks. I've been building subwoofer enclosures in my free time for a few years now but am interested in getting more skilled as I am finally buying my first house and hope to have a wood shop. I am inheriting a Rockwell/ Delta table saw and currently own a router, sabre saw and circular saw and have access to a palm sander. That should be enough to get me going for now. I am mainly interested in cabinetry but will eventually give furniture a try.

Here are a few pictures of an enclosure I built for two 18" subwoofers.





Thanks for reading a bit about me. I look forward to learning from all of you.
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Welcome Psycho!

Yar not a noob if'n ya can build a square box. In my opinion anyway.

Congrats on the house - they can be an endless source of woodworking / construction projects. Good or bad.
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Welcome to the forum,
Plenty of help here , Lots of nice people to talk to as well.

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Congrats on the house. If you're buying with a partner, be sure to claim the garage right away. I got the garage in exchange for the entire closet in the master bedroom.

Worth it.
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