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    subwoofer enclosure design software?

    hey guys, first post. nice site btw!

    i am about to start to build a custom enclosure for my car. i am looking for some software to model it. like cad i guess but not as complicated. i would like to get exact cuts, angles and all. can anyone help me out?

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    SketchUp should be what your looking for, You've got to pay for it but you get a 8 hour free trial.
    http://www.sketchup.com/

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    The only subwoofer software I know about is Bass Box Pro. There are "evaluation" versions around.

    I've always used Pro/Engineer for my volumes... that's a little high-end, but that's cause it's what I know.
    You can see the model of my subwoofer and box panels in the link in my signature

    The only other suggestion would be to find some intro-level cad software and see if they
    have a trial period and use that.
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    http://www.linearteam.dk is a free one, it as a list of popular drivers that can help you out designing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squid
    The only subwoofer software I know about is Bass Box Pro. There are "evaluation" versions around.

    I've always used Pro/Engineer for my volumes... that's a little high-end, but that's cause it's what I know.
    You can see the model of my subwoofer and box panels in the link in my signature

    The only other suggestion would be to find some intro-level cad software and see if they
    have a trial period and use that.
    bassbox was EXACTLY what i was looking for. cheers brother.

    thanks everyone else for the replies.

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