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    Wink virtual built

    amazing work !
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    beautifull

    regards
    juergen

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    Parts No

    11,12,13,
    14,15,16,15,14
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    an Front Box Assy, veneered and oiled
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    Top Assy complete
    (Parts No 5,6,7,8)
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    left and right grille assy.

    parts no
    66,67,66,65
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    Quote Originally Posted by ratitifb View Post
    amazing work !


    Thats some nice legs...
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    Quote Originally Posted by timc View Post
    Thats some nice legs...

    Yes, yes, makes you calm funny about me

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    Absolutely beautiful work! I wish I had half of your woodworking skills!

    My open baffle loudspeakers sound great, but boy do they look nasty.
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    Hello ChopsMX5,

    thanks.
    An "open baffle" nice to make is not so easy. You have done good work. Might help a little veneer, it is very simple.

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    I'd love to hear that.
    Looks perfect.
    Congratulations!

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    Nice pictures. HOw long did it take to assemble one Hartsfield. From your pictures, it looks like it is fairly involved. Personally, if I were going to build a speaker, I would go the butt joints and rectangular box style.

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    Hello Skywave-Rider,

    thanks .

    Hello RKLee,

    I voted in Mai 2006 with the construction started. How much time have I actually used, I can not say. Sometimes, I have 14 days doing nothing. Sometimes, I have 14 hours in a day built.

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    juergen,

    you're the man!!!
    or ...referring to the second picture of this thread..the woman. LOL!!!!

    congratulations, you did a fine job.
    those drawings are hard to read and follow, but you did it.

    aj

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJSons View Post
    juergen,

    you're the man!!!
    or ...referring to the second picture of this thread..the woman. LOL!!!!

    congratulations, you did a fine job.
    those drawings are hard to read and follow, but you did it.

    aj

    Hello aj,

    thanks for the compliments.

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    juergen
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