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    Plexiglass

    How do you attach a plexiglass window on a MDF amp rack?



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    Drill holes, and screw the plexi into the MDF, done. BTW, where are you getting the plexi?



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    I got it at Home Depot. How do you hide the holes ?



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    You really cant, you might be able to cover them up with somthing. I suggust screwing them in manually with a good old fashion screwdriver and make them look all nice...



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    Originally posted by TRAVIESO
    I got it at Home Depot. How do you hide the holes ?
    Countersink bit....it won't really hide them completely, but it will make the screwhead flush with the plexi.



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    Remember to drill slowly. Do not drill your holes too close together, or too close to the outside edge or you risk cracking the plexi.

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    IF U ARE THAT CONSERNED WITH COSMETICS...USE A NICE BUNCH OF FINISHING SCREWS OR SCREWS WITH A NICE LOOK...PILOT THOSE HOLES FIRST OF COURSE THOUGH...AIGHT



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    Originally posted by mactastrophe
    IF U ARE THAT CONSERNED WITH COSMETICS...USE A NICE BUNCH OF FINISHING SCREWS OR SCREWS WITH A NICE LOOK...PILOT THOSE HOLES FIRST OF COURSE THOUGH...AIGHT
    actully it should be clear holes through the plexi and finish screws with finsih washers will look pretty good.



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