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Originally Posted by TBurk View Post

Paint is dry, had it out in the garage for a few days had to put the project on hold.
For the front panel, since it pops into the front face of the screen piece, had to keep it nice and tight, used a combination of weaving the pegs into the steel mesh and then used an epoxy to keep it tight.
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99 cent clamps at Home Depot are a life saver for a million jobs around the house
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Looks nice and clean, happy with how it turned out
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Trying to find my rivet gun to pop the top panel together.. have it ready to go though, looks clean and tidy too
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where did you get the mesh from? I am exactly planning on doing the same to my front lower portion. I never understood why they put fans in there without any way for air to get in...
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