i'm going to model some small enclosures for my 6.5's in my doors. i'm going to model the fiberglass after an xtc foam baffle. now, do i have to put fleece over the baffle, or can i used the baffle as fleece and turn the baffle into a fiberglass enclosed enclosure. what i'm saying is there any way that i can combine the fiberglass and baffle into one single thing. and all i need is resin and hardener. correct? thanks guys.
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I would think the fiberglass would hold to the XTC's. Ruff up the surface of the XTC's a little bit to help the flesse grab hold. Then just fiberglass. You could do the whole thing on your kitchen counter then just pull the XTC baffle out of the mold and then you will have an XTC baffle and a fiberglass replica. When doing this though, put down some tin foil or something to the baffle so it doesnt stick. Hope this starts you off. You might want to try working on something else first to get the hang of it. Godd luck
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