Our molded, monocoque enclosure construction enables implementation of cabinet geometry that would be impossible to execute with any sheet stock/joinery or extruded aluminum methods. We use state of the art 3D modeling and computer numerical controlled machining to develop and produce cabinet forms that can be optimized for the multiple goals of correct driver placement, reduction of internal standing wave modes, and minimization of diffraction and reflection anomalies. Here an Arrakis tooling form is being carved out on a five axis, CNC milling machine from a block of rigid polyurethane and will ultimately serve as the pattern for the production tooling.