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Re: Coretex lids was RE: riccia fluvitans as anti-jumping device?
I have tried the acrylic used for suspended ceilings and found it way to
flimsey for any span. I had some older pieces that were much more ridgid,
but everything I see now in stores is much thinner.
John Hoernig wrote:
> Hi All,
> Another material for lids -
> plastic light difusers sold at any hardware store...acrylic I think.
> The ones for drop ceilings.
> I'm sure if you look... you'll find clear thin ones...
> Cracked Ice is the pattern I buy from Menards or Home Depot.
> They usually run about 3.50 for the 2' X 4' sheets.
> Cuts with utility knife or fine toothed band saw, and drills easily.
> I use them on spans up to 18" X 36". No warping over time like
> Instead of hinging... cut a small 1" feed hole about 1.5" back of
> front center.
> John Hoernig
> AKA Member
> Hebron, IN
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