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Holes and slots for drives

When both sides are dry, the top and bottom of the cabinet now is the time to start working on the front and back. First time builders can simplify this step by simply cutting a large circular hole for the speaker Text to Speech drivers. In this case, the driver is positioned against the surface of the speaker and protrudes about 1/8 inch for a truly professional look. The driver should be positioned in the back to be positioned horizontally in front.

Anyway, the first step is to cut out a circle that fits the rider. I'm using an add-on router with a Jasper Circle Jig. The Jasper Jig can cut circles of any size from 2" to 18" if you don't have a portable router and a round mount installed in speaker free text to speech. The traditional method of drawing a circle with a rope attached to a nail is also very effective. Then use a jigsaw to carefully cut out the lines. And you can start your own business.

If you are using a router, use a 1/8" or 1/4" straight drill bit to cut out the circles. Then remove as little material as possible for making good quality audio text to audio converter speakers. A wider drill bit required more material. And the more dust is generated, and the slower this process, the slower it will be. It passes audio text to audio several times and slowly penetrates forward.

When the circle is cut, it's time to work on the additional grooves. To do this you must create a form template. Patterns are created by drawing, painting, drawing, copying, CNC cutting, or laser cutting out of a drive into a thin material.

Last-modified: 2021-09-08 (水) 20:22:56 (43d)