is the way to go. It won't crack and less susceptible to scratching when drilling or cutting like plexiglass. 3/16 should be rigid enough. There are special drill bits and blades for use with plastics, they're not as aggressive when cutting. I've also use fine tooth blades but you have to pound them kind of flat. You don't want to have the teeth set very much. Another trick is to direct a small stream of air at the surface when cutting. I'd give you the names of a couple of suppliers, but I see by your location it wouldn't do you any good
Edited by garmanma, 12 January 2008 - 08:06 PM.
why won't my laptop work?
Having grandkids is God's way of giving you a 2nd chance because you were too busy working your butt off the 1st time aroundDo not send me PMs with problems that should be posted in the forums. Keep it in the forums, so everyone benefits
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