Things you will need:
Basic Coreldraw knowledge.
Basic operation knowledge for the Epilog laser
Acrylic plastic in whatever color you want
A plastic strip heater
Fabric or leather gloves
A band saw or scroll saw
Applicator for the acrylic cement
Step 1: Create your parts!
Step 2: After your parts are cut out, it's time to bend!
After a few minutes check if your rectangle is ready to bend by either applying pressure with your finger nail or something hard. The plastic should respond to light pressure when it's ready. Once your plastic is ready put on some gloves. I made the mistake of not using gloves when I made mine.... you want gloves.... Find something with a ninety degree angle to bend your plastic on. It has to be able to withstand the heat from the plastic of course. I bent mine on a block of metal. Hold your rectangle until it has cooled and hardened. Remove and there is your bend!
Step 3: Select your angle and cut!
After you have cut your angle from the revolver handle you may need to do a little file work to perfect the cut surface. You want to do this to ensure a flush mount to the back of your rectangle. After you are finished filing, place your revolvers on the back of your rectangle and put down some score marks of where you want them to be attached. Prepare to attach!
Step 4: Attach!
Remove the paper from both sides of your revolvers and cylinder. Place a drop of cement on the angled cut of your revolver handle and place on your score marks on the back of your rectangle you made earlier. This stuff works quick so be patient and place correctly the first time. Hold it there for a minute to ensure proper attachment. Repeat with other revolver.
Once your revolvers are set up you can flip your stand over. However you are not done. The last finishing touch needs to be added. Grab your revolver cylinder and apply your cement. Place however you want on the bent lip of your stand to had that extra flare! Now step back and marvel at your work!!!