In my custom Tannoy cabs, I had a square cut out for the original L-Pad/crossover. Now that I went external and point to point, there's no need for that box to be there anymore, so I made covers to go over the old holes. I made them removable to make it easy to play with different amounts of polyfill, but if I torque the covers down, the speaker gasket tape adheres to both sides. I had to use a piece of wood and a mallet to remove them today. Any suggestions on what I could use on the cabinet to prevent the tape from adhering to it? Or should I just go to home depot and pick up some cheap weatherstripping?
On another note, I started my first veneer job today. So far, so good. I must say, it's easier than I thought it would be. It's just a little scary laying the sheets down and knowing there's no room for error when using contact cement.