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« Reply #10 on: January 15, 2007 07:29:06 PM »

That is great. I've been running through ideas similar to this for a project I have in mind. Hope you don't mind if i borrow the concept. I do have a question though. About how thick is the wood & plexiglass you used? Also where did you get the plexiglass?


I think the thickness of the wood was about 1/8" and the plexi was pretty thin...  I bought it at HobbyLand but they should have something similar in any store that sells model supplies.  Sorry, this hasn't been very helpful. haha.
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