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Old 05-20-2004, 12:59 PM   #1
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where can i get 1" mdf. i can not find any?
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i dont think the make it 3/4 is the thickest i have seen
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some body has to they sudjest the front baffle of all w7'* to be 1". i just can not find it!
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have you checked home depot/lowes? if they dont have any ask there where you could find some, they DO make it, its usualy a commercial material (used for commercial businesses)
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that is what i thought that i might have to be ordered.
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Did you try select products yet?
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i looked there i did not see anything. has anyone bought the videos they have for sale or seen them. i am seriously thinking of buyibg the series
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I bought the working with fiberglass, & the plexiglass ones. They are good. Well worth the money.
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3/4" is strong enough for any man. Saves some weight, also. The key element in a strong system is the joints. Predrill, use lots of screws, and glue the heck outta it. Make sure the edges will fit nicely. It'* all in the joints.
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what about using 1/2" x2 ????? that would equal out to be 1"
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