Here are the images. With my notes, the images should be self-explanatory.
Here's the 3-quarter front view in the garage.
Tight front view shows grille mounting blocks and baffles.
All eight corners have 3-point nickel-plated corners. You can get these from Conrad.
Handles on left side are centered 4 inches from the top and 4 inches from the bottom.
Rubber feet (from Conrad) on right side are centered 2 inches in and down from each corner.
All sides have 3/4-inch doublers that are 1-1/2 inches wide.
This makes the wood under the Tolex appear to be 1-1/2 inches wide.
1-inch by 1-1/2-inch rails are behind the doublers. Grille mounting blocks are attached to the rails.
Baffles snug against the rails, and 3/4-inch-square supports run full-length, top-to-bottom, behind the baffles.
The floor has a triangular gusset running from side to side in front of the baffles.
Another triangular gusset is at the top. Grille mounting blocks are centered at the top and bottom.
Detail of a typical side grille mounting block, each of which is 1 by 1-1/2 by 1-1/2 inches
Here's the grille block at the top.
Another grille block at the bottom. The nylon hook & loop parts can be replaced with
Industrial Strength VELCRO brand hook & loop material from the craft store.
Center triangle gusset is 12-1/2 inches wide, and cut to fit the angle of the left and right baffles.
The grille (from Conrad) is mounted on the frame, followed by the Sunn logo plate.
For other projects, I scanned the logo plate, then removed the registration mark and had my
graphics guy duplicate the logo in black vinyl. I cut aluminum plates to size, then drilled them
and used a countersink to fit the #4 x 1/2-inch Phillips-head wood screws. I applied the vinyl over the plates,
then used #600 wet-or-dry on a rubber block to get the appropriate semi-satin finish.
I'll show you the results when I post a few of my other pieces. I removed the registration marks because I don't
want to mislead anyone. I just enjoy keeping the appearance of my equipment pseudo-correct.
Here's the grille frame from the rear. All corners should be rounded.
Be sure the leave extra wood at the top left corner for the logo plate.
In keeping with fooling only myself, I hit the centers of my Eminence speakers with a light coat of
silver spray. Cheesy, yes, but it makes me feel good and looks correct when the grille is mounted.
Here's the ID tag on the cabinet back.