whats the best way to attach pvc to mdf? i tried using just calking to see how that would work and so far its holding, and makes a good seal, but im sure theres better ways . super glue? 3m 77 spray? pvc glue? i gots pics if interested.
buy an aero port flare?
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I prefer at least 3 layers of MDF where the port hole is and a VERY tight press fit, then silicone. You can also screw through the port into the MDF and add another support towards the end of the port.
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you should paint the pvc. Black would look better than the white
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ive used construction adhesive and with a tight fit, it's very strong
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