Comments on my first DIY Absorber panel

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Comments on my first DIY Absorber panel

Postby Zaphod » Sun Oct 31, 2004 8:01 pm

Hi again.

Today i realized my first "prototype" absorbing panel.

Yeah, i know it's a bit trivial but i'd really appreciate some toughts and criticism about it.

First of all i wanted a panel:

1) Cheap to build (i have to build a lot of them)
2) Easy to build (i'm no DIY expert whatsoever)
3) Light, so i can easily hang them on walls using just nails (i'm lazy :mrgreen:)

I used some particle boards, staples&staplegun, a net (not hexagonal chicken wire, but a square zinked one wich is
much more stiffer), a bit of garden wire, rockwool and some type of syntetic cover.

Tissue covering is still pending (not yet decided on color...)

I built a flat frame using particle boards and a couple of staples, then made up an "open cage" with the net and
stapled the "cage" to the frame. (i also used the tissue to "fill" the frame - staples again)

At this point i put two panels of 4 cm thick rockwool into the panel.

I used the garden wire to keep rockwool panels away from the frame (and from the wall).

Finally i wrapped the whole thing in the syntetic cover, stapled and trimmed it.

The final object is 120x60x15 cm

Piccies...
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Here you see the panel without covering, notice the green wire keeping Rockwool suspended
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Finished panel (lacks tissue, though)
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Postby Paul Woodlock » Mon Nov 01, 2004 12:32 am

Cool. The cloth looks like semi-rough hewn marble in the picture :)


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Postby Zaphod » Mon Nov 01, 2004 5:07 pm

Well.. in reality the greenish color of the Rockwool is much more visible, and
the effect way less pleasant.

I'll wrap them with clot so i don't bother right now :mrgreen:
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