Published on 14th March 2008 by
Originally Posted by undertheradarThis article has a bunch of problems with it. I dont use acrylic for computer mods, but I have years of experience with acrylic for reef aquariums, building reactors, flanges, aquariums, fixtures, etc. There are several things in that article which are just plain wrong, or not the best way to do it. For instance, that type of saw blade pictured/suggested in the article is one of the worst blades you can use for acrylic.
Originally Posted by Cheapskate
@Talledega - Sounds like you should have put it in the fridge for a while.:)
I'ts good practice to puncture those kinds of caps before removing them. Treat them like a shook up Dr. Pepper can.
Originally Posted by sethnmalicewoah....what happened to using a dremel???
Originally Posted by cc3dThere is a technique for mixing acetone with scraps of the plexi you are joining to make a goo (glue) that will bond plexi fantastically. I can't recall the details, but I am sure it is 'findable'
Originally Posted by talladegaI've had it in my room in for like 3 or 4 months. lol There was no warning on the thing about it being under pressure at all. Looked. Afterwards. :) It said to cut out the metal tab and the utility knife wouldnt cut through so i was prying it open and it blows up in my face. It probly would have sprayed out even from poking a hole but atleast my eye wouldnt have gotten hit. That hurt for a while. Next time.... :D
Do the tighten the screw on lids to 10,00Lbs of torque or what? I couldnt unscrew it with my hands. Had to use a tool. :o
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm DR PEPPER!!!!!!!!!!
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