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DIY Acrylic Enclosure Displays Just About Anything In Your Home

Want to display some of your vintage gadgets around the house but don’t want people trying to play with them? Make shows how to build your own acrylic display enclosure.

This will take a little more effort than your average project, but if you’ve got a workshop, it’s definitely doable. You’ll need some scrap wood, a Dremel, a saw, some vice grips, a heat gun, and a few geometry skills to build your gadget museum. Once you’ve finished making your enclosure you can put just about anything on proud display for your family and friends. This DIY project is should definitely be filed under “advanced”, but the end product will make you almost as proud as that Apple Newton you still own.

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