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What is a 'vertical saw'? Circular saw is vertical if you hold it that way tongue.gif
When cutting that stuff with jigsaw, go easy on the trigger....slow speed, new high tooth count blade, you should be fine.
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2nd acrylic sheet: Failure!
I just bought another acrylic sheet and along with it, I bought a jigsaw and the blade for acrylic glass. If this is a failure again, I will just service a handyman to do it for me...
Don't do that, the project has become highly personal, don't give up on it. You were cutting too fast and didn't have the acrylic clamped down enough.
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Hey Swag, no need to share all the details of your personal life biggrin.gif.
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Hahaha! I didn't even realize it sounded like that. tongue.gif Anyway, just for this project, my dad has bought over $1000 in new tools. They'll come in handy though when we renovate our kitchen and bathroom. tongue.gif Vertical saw, jigsaw, power drills, blades...! So many new things!
Anyway, when it comes out perfect, I'll take pictures of it!
Keep trying, it will be much more meaningful if you do it yourself. And you will get your moneys worth out of those tools
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What is a 'vertical saw'? Circular saw is vertical if you hold it that way tongue.gif
When cutting that stuff with jigsaw, go easy on the trigger....slow speed, new high tooth count blade, you should be fine.
I think the vertical saw he is referring to is what I would call a band saw. It has a large band like blade that cuts from top to bottom and is belt driven.
I will persevere for this project! I will overcome this problem! I'm actually going to just do the entire project with my dremel and my trusty No. 561 multipurpose bit! It worked the first time, just the screw holes I have a problem with when using the dremel with that. Anyway, I cracked my 3rd piece of acrylic. The jigsaw was fine, but the drilling of the holes made the problem. Somehow the model I made for it moved and it pushed the drill to the corner causing it to crack. Tomorrow will be a different story. $40 down on acrylic alone already. tongue.gif
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A band saw would be great for cutting acrylic, with the proper toothed blade/band on it. It's like having a table-jigsaw. Like the difference between ripping on a table saw or with a circ saw. Much better results on the table saw if done correctly.

I will show pictures of what I just purchased.
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I will persevere for this project! I will overcome this problem! I'm actually going to just do the entire project with my dremel and my trusty No. 561 multipurpose bit! It worked the first time, just the screw holes I have a problem with when using the dremel with that. Anyway, I cracked my 3rd piece of acrylic. The jigsaw was fine, but the drilling of the holes made the problem. Somehow the model I made for it moved and it pushed the drill to the corner causing it to crack. Tomorrow will be a different story. $40 down on acrylic alone already. tongue.gif
I will show pictures of what I just purchased.

If you have to drill near the edges of the acrylic then I would drill the holes first and then cut the piece to size. It is more likely to crack the closer to the edge of the acrylic.
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I will persevere for this project! I will overcome this problem! I'm actually going to just do the entire project with my dremel and my trusty No. 561 multipurpose bit! It worked the first time, just the screw holes I have a problem with when using the dremel with that. Anyway, I cracked my 3rd piece of acrylic. The jigsaw was fine, but the drilling of the holes made the problem. Somehow the model I made for it moved and it pushed the drill to the corner causing it to crack. Tomorrow will be a different story. $40 down on acrylic alone already. tongue.gif
I will show pictures of what I just purchased.

If you have to drill near the edges of the acrylic then I would drill the holes first and then cut the piece to size. It is more likely to crack the closer to the edge of the acrylic.

Should I remove the plastic covering or leave it on when I'm doing the project?
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Should I remove the plastic covering or leave it on when I'm doing the project?

Leave it on, help reduce scratches.
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Should I remove the plastic covering or leave it on when I'm doing the project?

Leave it on, help reduce scratches.

That's what I though, how can I make the edges better? Like sanding or what? Preferably something that is used on a dremel. tongue.gif
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Try using that sanding wheel to get it smooth followed by a buffing wheel with plastic polish on it.
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Im with in 50$ of the Case Labs TH10 Again biggrin.gif
    
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Im with in 50$ of the Case Labs TH10 Again biggrin.gif

Good luck! Don't spend the money again! That case is well worth it. tongue.gif

Anyone here prefer the look of the NH-D14 over a CLC/AIO? I do but I'm wondering if anyone else shares the same feelings!
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Good luck! Don't spend the money again! That case is well worth it. tongue.gif
Anyone here prefer the look of the NH-D14 over a CLC/AIO? I do but I'm wondering if anyone else shares the same feelings!

I do as well. I don't like the look of the Corsair H series and others of that sort.
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Good luck! Don't spend the money again! That case is well worth it. tongue.gif
Anyone here prefer the look of the NH-D14 over a CLC/AIO? I do but I'm wondering if anyone else shares the same feelings!

I do as well. I don't like the look of the Corsair H series and others of that sort.

Yay! I'm not alone on this. tongue.gif I was talking about this to some guy at the computer store and he said that the AIO perform the best and even rival custom water and look great. We argued for quite some time.
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