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First, use masking tape to mask off are where you will be making cut.....basically cover the whole side you are cutting on.

Then get a metal hole saw, and set your drill to a low RPM and go at it. If you go with a RPM that is too high, you will melth the acrylic, and that's not cool at all.
 

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It's easy if you have the right tools. You can use a hole saw and make sure the rpms are very low or you can use a dremel with a cutting bit/guide attachment and you should have no problems.

Check this out: http://www.extremetech.com/article2/...1924718,00.asp
 

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i would personally suggest using super glue. take some super glue and lick it around the area that you are going to make a hole on in a circle. put dual layes. on both sides. afterward using a drill bit at low rpm drill a hole of and then u can start to cut at low to medium revs. works everytime
 

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acrylic has a tendency to snap.....just cushion it between 2 blocks of wood to sandwich it and make sure it is TIGHTLY held and drill.....you could use a pillar drill...this is what i did.
 
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