Ever wanted to really really really annoy the neighbours? Good! Heres how. Slashdot posted this nice article on how to build your own sub-woofer - and boy does it look cool! Definatly worth a look:
- Plunge Router - I did the bulk of my cutting with this. I bought a 1/2 shank straight cut bit from Freud. If you get the carbide tipped ones, they'll last the entire project and can be resharpened. I also used a circle jig that I bought at Sears for $20. It didn't fit the base of my router exactly, so I had to modify it (drill new holes in it). This allows you to cut out perfect circles and is probably the preferred way of doing this project for most people.
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