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I wanted to make a really cool unique sign for my cottage in Rondeau Park Ontario. I made it from plywood and acrylic at the Tech Shop in ...
I designed the sign in Corel Draw. Then cut the front and back from 1/4 inch birch plywood and the center piece from 1/4 inch orange acrylic. Note ...
Assemble the pieces. I glued the wood together using the extra landing zones for extra strength. Note how there is a gap between the acrylic and the lowest ...
I glued it together in various steps using all the clamps I could find at the Tech Shop. Some members thought it was over-designed, but I think it ...
I used marine-grade stain and varnish since it will be hanging outside at the cottage year round.
I hung it up in October. Then came superstorm Sandy and 70mph winds. It took quite a beating smashing into the tree it hung from, but it survived ...
So now I've screwed it together from the backside since hardly anyone will see that part. I put the screws in all the places where there was extra ...
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