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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthiasA
    i ve found a suitable burr walnut veneer - what do you think ?


    This one is just about perfect !!

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    Hello!

    Today I was by my vaneer dealer!
    He has a lot of original burr walnut.. but!
    It's naturaly very very dark not red..
    Now i took a "Mavona" vaneer its like "Vavona" the roots of a Mammuttree
    i paid a bout 15euros and 5euros for the other large 4m vaneer
    i will take the large vaneer under the Mavona! to make a 1m x 10cm x5mm wood

    greetings Matthias
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    Hello!

    now ive some sheep-wants damping material
    where must i damp the cabinet in the bass section?

    greetings Matthias
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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthiasA
    Hello!

    now ive some sheep-wants damping material
    where must i damp the cabinet in the bass section?

    greetings Matthias
    What the heck is "sheep-wants dampiing material" ??

    Do you mean fiberglass insulation ?

    Bernard

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    oh sorry i meant "Lamb's wool"
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    or should i take foam?
    where must i damp the cabinet in the bass section?

    greetings Matthias
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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthiasA
    Hello!

    Today I was by my vaneer dealer!
    He has a lot of original burr walnut.. but!
    It's naturaly very very dark not red..
    Walnut changes a lot when oiled. Next time you visit this dealer, bring some oil to get a better picture of the final results.
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    will take the large vaneer under the Mavona! to make a 1m x 10cm x5mm wood

    Mathias....Do you have to do this the hard way? Can't you get a backed sheet of veneer? Man, you are looking at a lot of work to get that veneer matched up! If you want a little more red, look into aniline dyes. They will not look muddy, are color-fast, and quite easy to apply. You can apply any finish over it too.
    R Beardsley (BEAR)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthiasA
    oh sorry i meant "Lamb's wool"
    I think that lambs wool was the traditional material for stuffing cabinets but I gather it is not much used today due to cost. I also thought that this was used to fill up a cabinet. On the other hand I do believe that the fiiberglass that JBL use nowadays is for virtual volume not dampening. In any case, in the S/3100 the fiberglass is on all surfaces - top and botton included - but not the front baffle.

    Hope this helps, but I think you should find out about the real purpose of the cabinet material before using the lambs wool although I guess you could experiment with it.

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    Walnut changes a lot when oiled. Next time you visit this dealer, bring some oil to get a better picture of the final results.

    yes you are right!
    i tried this with the mavona several days ago
    its a very good result
    thanks a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by R Beardsley
    Mathias....Do you have to do this the hard way? Can't you get a backed sheet of veneer? Man, you are looking at a lot of work to get that veneer matched up! If you want a little more red, look into aniline dyes. They will not look muddy, are color-fast, and quite easy to apply. You can apply any finish over it too.


    Sorry but ..what is a backed sheet of vaneer ?

    I want wood naturally no paint!!! J only high gloss
    Greetings Matthias

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    the End of the Story ;-)

    Hello,

    now the End of the long Story
    i want to thank all members of the Lansing Heritage Forum
    which helped me to break the finish line ;-)

    Ive made a new Thread in the DIY Forum
    there i will post all Photos and Messures of this big and great Project
    thanks a lot!!!!!!! this Forum is the greatest ive ever seen.

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