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RYNO20
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Opening the sketch view

#1 Post by RYNO20 » Sun Dec 20, 2020 8:40 am

I have an IPad Pro and no computer , well can use a friends if I have to.
That’s why I bought the pdf files which work great.
Only real question was on placement of the braces in T-48 1-12 wide version, staggering etc , 6-9 inch spacing.
My shop is 40x48x13 tall ceilings and I’m running peavey 900, 1500, (AB)style and newer peavey (D) 7500 and 3000 amps to power my peavey SP5 tops and SP118 sub and my upper voice horns and tweeters all divided by Rane 23s active 4 way split.
Hey I’m 68 and getting ready to custom build all new kitchen cabinets so I wanted to update my shop, lol :noob:
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RYNO20
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Re: Opening the sketch view

#2 Post by RYNO20 » Sun Dec 20, 2020 8:47 am

Still learning how to be on this forum so please advise if I’m in the wrong place or anything, thanks
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Re: Opening the sketch view

#3 Post by himhimself » Sun Dec 20, 2020 1:59 pm

You'll have a rockin' shop with some BFM subs in there! You are going to need something to brickwall limit the voltage going to the subs, though. Not an option you can skip. I think someone already mentioned a dbx driverack.
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Re: Opening the sketch view

#4 Post by Seth » Sun Dec 20, 2020 2:15 pm

Hello Ryno, welcome to the party. I'm Seth, 46, California, and IMO fairly competent, yet still novice at all this stuff.

I'm not quite sure what your question is. There is an app for iPad for viewing the SketchUp files. Search for SketchUp Viewer.

I'm also fairly certain you can use the free version of the SketchUp modeler which is web based and should work fine with iPad.

The SketchUp Viewer allows you to look at the renderings but that's about it. The free version of SketchUp allows you to use tools to measure and move parts of the model.




If you're considering a 24" wide T48 you could use either, both, or a combination of anything between the 6"-9" spacing of the braces, staggered as shown in the photo at the top of page 12.

Not sure if I covered it for ya. Feel free to ask anything. And... again, Welcome :thumbsup:
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RYNO20
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Re: Opening the sketch view

#5 Post by RYNO20 » Sun Dec 20, 2020 3:39 pm

Wow, thanks Seth , found it and got it working so cool
Never thought of searching in App for it , duh.

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