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Creating a custom front panel

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So I'm closing an end to a mod Iv'e been working on the last few weeks (hard to do things fast when I need ideas), it's just that well.. I still don't have a front panel for the case.
I have therefore decided to ask for tips and inspiration on making a front panel.

To give you some ideas on how the case looks so far here's some pics:




I do have some ideas on how I'd like it to end up:



The problem is really that I'm having problems actually forming it in acrylic, so Iv'e currently scrapped the idea of making the entire panel out of acrylic.
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you dont really have to "form" it , you just ether glue them together or fastened them with some cube connectors smile.gif

in the end , it will be like building something with legos smile.gif , just need the measurements right , dont give up smile.gif and try it out first maybe with some scrap boxes and make a prop to see if it works smile.gif
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Originally Posted by yoi View Post

you dont really have to "form" it , you just ether glue them together or fastened them with some cube connectors smile.gif

in the end , it will be like building something with legos smile.gif , just need the measurements right , dont give up smile.gif and try it out first maybe with some scrap boxes and make a prop to see if it works smile.gif

Hm, didn't really think about doing it that way biggrin.gif
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