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Shelving Covers (Using acrylic panels)

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by Donald_Farnethium, 11 Jan 2020.

  1. Donald_Farnethium

    Donald_Farnethium

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    Hi, looking for some advice or ideas to make a project I have in mind come to life. I am looking to add clear acrylic covers to the shelving I have attached an image of below. Purpose: cover the fronts of my shelving to stop dust gathering on my ornaments, while also looking aesthetically like a cabinet of sorts.

    Shelf.jpg

    Requirements: Acrylic covers need to be removable for access, but may not necessarily be best on hinges due to space restrictions.

    I have looked into pricing appropriately sized acrylic panels at 2mm thick. I just need some guidance on how to put this together to achieve the look I'm after for a decent ornament display.

    Thanks.
     
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    foxhole

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    Dont htink it will every look like a decent display, also your shelf brackets are too short , need to span at least 2/3rd of the board.
     
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