Starting with my center channel
That’s what I was thinking and since I was leaning toward leaving it as one, bracing was definitely in the plan!
No, just a router and a circle jig. Jig does 1/16” increments. It’s pretty nice. Not as nice as CNC but nice none the less! 🙂 The circle centers were laid out with a Woodpecker brand saddle guide which is (potentially) accurate to the 1/32” so that helps too.
I have the monoprice mini and, for the price, it is awesome. They are typically under $200 and work very well right out of the box! Only down side is print volume. It is 120mm in all directions or a little over 4-1/2”. Other than that, I really like it. I’ve put probably 8-10 spoils of filament through it!
You might think about the Anet A8. It is an open source kit but the instructions out there on the internet is plentiful and you can’t beat if for the price. However, if you’re willing to spend more, I think the Original Prusa is a very solid choice. They come with auto bed leveling and you can add an upgrade to do multi-colored. I’m 95% sure that’s what Hexibase just bought recently.
I actually had an Anet A6, but never really got it up and running. I just got too busy and ended up giving it to a friend who wanted to get into it. I was not impressed with the plastic design either. So I was considering either a CR10 or and Ender 3. I do like the idea of auto bed leveling. That would be a huge plus.
Yeah, I’m very reluctant to go to bed but 5 hours of sleep with two kids all day is a recipe for disaster! So, maybe tomorrow I can get a rough idea what it sounds like...