#1
This looks really cool and I wanna know i i can duplicate it!



Any ideas?

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#3
Tye dye is DYE, not paint... You will NOT get an authentic tie dye effect with paint. Just go buy some 4XL Tye dye t-shirts and use the fabric as cloth.
#4
Quote by eXperiment63
Tye dye is DYE, not paint... You will NOT get an authentic tie dye effect with paint. Just go buy some 4XL Tye dye t-shirts and use the fabric as cloth.

aren't t-shirts a little thick? i'd just bleach your grill cloth, then dye
#5
Sweet, cheers guys. Also do the joints on a cab have to be the teethy, hard to make type or can you just use a shitload of screws to puttem together?

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#6
Quote by IYanoplathizoI
Sweet, cheers guys. Also do the joints on a cab have to be the teethy, hard to make type or can you just use a shitload of screws to puttem together?


You could do that, but if you have a router you can buy a jig to help you make the "teeth" you are talking about.
#7
Quote by IYanoplathizoI
Sweet, cheers guys. Also do the joints on a cab have to be the teethy, hard to make type or can you just use a shitload of screws to puttem together?

Use butt joints with cleats screwed into the corners from the inside. Screwing into the end of a plywood board is not strong at all.

Pictured here is a rabbet joint reinforced with a cleat. This is stronger than a butt joint, but requires a table saw, radial arm saw, or similar tool.
Last edited by cedricsmods at Dec 13, 2009,
#8
Ok. I may well make a massive jig and do (i remembered - i think) tounge and groove then?

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