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  • in reply to: DIY Beolab 8000 Wood frets (STLs included). #30833
    MVee
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      When I look at your STL file, I see room for 10 wooden slats, but I see a slightly longer piece on one outside and an extra notch or something like that on the other outside? The 7.1 STL doesn’t look the same as your own photo’s in your first post:

       

      Did you already try on a 7.1 or 7.2? Are the clamps equal? And how does the result look?

      in reply to: DIY Beolab 8000 Wood frets (STLs included). #30830
      MVee
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        I live in The Netherlands and no 5mm slats are sold here either. So I bought 4mm slats. 4x18x2100: Which I had custom made by the wood trade to 4x13x1000 (and then a total of 28 slats for one set of BeoLabs) 4x44x2100: Which I sawed myself in a length of 1000mm (a total of 2 slats needed for one set of BeoLabs)

        Did you use oak wood? I live in The Netherlands as well. Which wood supplier supplied them in the rights dimension? Have a hard timing finding the right (oak) wood. Thanks for you hints!

        • This reply was modified 1 month ago by MVee.
        in reply to: DIY Beolab 8000 Wood frets (STLs included). #30829
        MVee
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          there is a dedicated post on the Beolab 6000 meanwhile: https://forum.beoworld.org/forums/topic/diy-beolab-6000-wood-frets-stl-included/#post-30824

          • This reply was modified 1 month ago by MVee.
          in reply to: DIY Beolab 6000 Wood frets STL included #30824
          MVee
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            I am enjoying these initiatives to share .stl files for Beolab 6000 and 8000 upgrades. Thanks so much!

             

            Some questions from my side:

            • Does anybody have a finished pair, to see how this turns out with these clamps?
            • Would you have an opportunity to create a 4mm wood option as well? Then they fit nicely with the Beolab 8000 variant that has 4mm frets.
            • I came across a very nice version with 16 4mm frets and a tightly fitted clamp on the top. See the attached picture. Love how tight that fits. Would that give a nice option for the 6000?
            • I have seen a wooden grill on a pair of Beolab 4000. Does anybody have the opportunity to create those as well?

             

            Looking forward to your thoughts…

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