Well day 3 was yesterday and was very short. I had to go out on an install mission and didn’t get back until 1pm. So when I got back I managed to cut the door stock and get the doors glued up. Took about 3 1/2 hrs. I wasn’t able to work on this project Wednesday or Thursday. So today was day 4. I ripped my moulding, routed it, and sanded my doors. Then I cut and applied the mouldings. I ended up having to drive to the shop to bore the doors and drop some tools off. Then I came back and hung the doors and cut the back to fit.
That’s where I am stuck. I haven’t attached the back to the center section yet. It is just leaning against the cleats and taped to the back. The cleats aren’t attached yet either. So far this is the only way I see doing this section. The back needs to be 51.5” and a sheet is only 48”. I don’t have the time or money to custom order a 5’ panel. But I’m not really liking this either. Let me know what ya’ll think. Should I leave it and move forward? Or order the panel 5’ x 5’ and get it done that way?
Anyhow, here are the progress pics. The two end doors will have white speaker fabric after it’s painted. Notice that the reveal at the bottom of the door runs all the way across, and runs across the top of the scribe and speaker doors. The scribe will be removed and shaped to the wall, then re-attached permanently to make the project seamless. (I hope, lol) As always I welcome constructive criticism, positive or negative.
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