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Old 09-11-12, 02:28 AM
airdeano airdeano is offline
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on very cheap side panels, i'll screw a sized piece of scrap wood (gives it some rigidity)
so the jigsaw doesn't beat it up. the blade of the jigsaw should be between
24-36 teeth per inch (TPI). you don't want to cut it fast like a hot knife through
butter.
come to the radiuses of the corners slow down to a crawl or make many cuts.
plan where the plexi is to go and look inside to verify if the chassis will interfere
with the plexi (Tom's suggestion) because if installed too close to the panel edges
you can't install the side panel because the plexi hits the chassis.

good luck!

airdeano

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Old 09-11-12, 11:10 AM
iBeInspire iBeInspire is offline
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I've made sure I've got all the hand files, and I'll be ordering all the stuff off eBay this weeend when I have a little free time...
I'll progressivly update this thread with pics of how it goes, and/or if I encounter and issues ~
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