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Make a custom subwoofer with the X-Carve CNC from Inventables

By April 15, 2020July 6th, 2021CNC, DIY, How-To, Start to Finish
Neo7CNC - Subwoofer 360

After stumbling across a fantastic video by Hexibase on YouTube, I created this “flat pack” subwoofer design that could be cut on the X-Carve CNC from Inventables.  I used his design and the inspiration.  I basically retraced his 3d model and sliced it into several thicknesses of MDF (kinda the opposite of 3d printing 🙂 )  It went together pretty easily. You’ll need many clamps to keep things from moving while the glue dries.  I sanded it down to 320 grit and then coated it with at least 7 coats of spray lacquer with light sanding in between.  My smile at the end of the video should tell you all you need to know.  It turned out great and the X-carve did a fantastic job!


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X-Carve CNC Machine –

Easel Design Software –

Dewalt Cordless 20v Brushless Palm Router (bare tool) –

Corded Dewalt Palm Router (if you don’t have the 20v Dewalt batteries) –

Bosch 1/8 Round-over Bit –

Bosch Flush Cut Trim Bit –

Fusion360 Design Files Inside:





Binding Post

Link that inspired this design – HexiBase

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David Burrell

David Burrell - A lifelong inventor, designer and creator. Besides being a CNC enthusiast and maker, he also invented the LoopAlien and patented QuickIT cord attachment devices that were successfully launched on Kickstarter.