favorite time...until my mom yells at me to go to bed. then it starts to suck. anyway, lets make this quick...
looks simple, but the 3x3s were really jacked up. took me a lot longer then it should have for me to glue them.
if you look closely, there is a thin piece of acrylic in there. thats to make a really good bond for both main sheets. without it, the 2 squares wouldnt even touch. now, its uber super strong
another technique i used. that is a small shard of acrylic that, when covered in acrylic cement stuff, turns into a really good glue. used it when bonds were too weak. these 3x3 cubes really need to hold alot because of the steel...
nearly same pic as before, but with the acrylic shard covered in the cement stuff. works really well
these are just some pics of what i have done, and whats left. thats everything (acrylic wise) that i have done
meh precious 12x12
what i have left to do with the 3x3
6x6 (i finally know what im going to do with them. sucks i dont have time to explain, but you should like it i hope
em biggens. wont be too hard
steel tubes ftw
what my life has been this recent week (that and soccer. school...meh
i g2g now, but look for another update tomarrow. going to get alot more done on acrylic, thing im really looking foreward to is fan installation.
thought of a good (albeit tedious) way to let them get some air without ruining the look.