My serviceable cans have no ledge. Tube serves to align radially, and cone baffle clip alignment is done with a polymer rod that has a piece of keystock inset. The baffles are stacked on it then inserted, rod removed from the rear of the can. This is necessary to keep all 14 clips aligned with the modular design; the module itself has an integral baffle at the rear plus 4 more within.T-Rex wrote:My model has the skirt Thk @ .040 and I think the ledge length is half the Thk. I can't say I've ever gone much large than this. Unless your doing a feature like the CTA, I couldn't see a need for it. Any particular reason your serviceable cans are designed as such? Do you drop baffles into the tube or stack them and slide the tube over?
My K baffles have a single 1/2" wide, .035" tall section at the rear face that mates with a cut at the front edge of the cone behind it (pic on pg. 1). Those are stacked face down and then the tube slid over.
That's true. He might do well to make that a convex radius or bevel instead.T-Rex wrote: The biggest difference is the internal profile. The skirt flows into the cone w/ a simple tool nose radius. No need for that exaggerated step in the OP's design.