In this step I'm going to assume you have OpenSCAD installed on your machine. If not, you can visit OpenSCAD.org
and download and install the software.
Attached below is a Zip file with two files inside that are needed to generate a Stacked Plexiglas Enclosure. Unzip both files into a directory. Next, start OpenSCAD and read in the file "Stacked_Box.scad". Note, at the beginning of the Stacked_Box.scad is an include statement that reads the other needed file "utils.scad". As soon as Stacked_Box.scad is read into OpenSCAD the GUI side of OpenSCAD should display the model within a second, or two. No other library files are needed for this model.
With the model displayed within OpenSCAD, use your mouse to spin the model around on the screen. The mouse wheel zooms in, and out, while the right mouse button lets you pan the model. For some reason, kids really get a kick out of spin the model.
Below is just a bunch of different images taken using the OpenSCAD menu option "Design/Export as image...". The export image menu option generates a PNG type image. When the export image dialog box opens, make sure you tact a ".png" on the end of your filename otherwise you will get a PNG image without a ".PNG" extension on the filename.