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Soundproof case for Ox

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by pocovolvedor, Mar 28, 2017.

  1. pocovolvedor

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    pocovolvedor published a new build:

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  2. fos4o

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    Hi
    What is the black and white material on the inside of the box?
     
  3. JustinTime

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    The black and white material looks like carpet underlay foam to me! :ROFL:

    pocovolvedor, did you give some thoughts to the option to connect a vacuum dust extruder to this box?
     
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  4. Joe Santarsiero

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    and the box to put that in :)
     
  5. pocovolvedor

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    Hello

    Is a material called "copopren" http://www.leroymerlin.es/fp/15999312/panel-de-aislamiento-acustico-copopren-ca80-2000x1000x40mm-ign

    Here in Spain we use it to insulate walls. Its cheap and is very effective. Check for similar materials on a construction market near you...They must have something similar to this...

    Or you can go pro and use some especific insulation material matching the mid and high frequencies that your routers do.

    All insulations have a frequency range you must search something to reduce the 1000hz to 20000 hz range if its possible...This routers dont make to much low frequency noise...
     
  6. pocovolvedor

    pocovolvedor Well-Known
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    Hello,

    I think you can use something like this attached to the router box.



    Try to avoid the direct to exterior big holes...
     
  7. Joe Santarsiero

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    Personally, I,d be worried about a fire or worse a dust explosion.
     
  8. fos4o

    fos4o Well-Known
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    Thanks a lot :)
    I'll try to make the box and see how it will come up.
     
  9. pocovolvedor

    pocovolvedor Well-Known
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    You can use a cyclonic separator but I dont know if they are explosionproof

     
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