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May 8, 2007 10:42:13 PM

I recently bought several cases at a yard sale. I really like one of them and it is in pretty good shape other than a few scratches. The only problem is it is missing the front bezel. I have no idea what model or even what brand case it is but I was hoping someone here might have an idea. Here are the pics of it:

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May 8, 2007 11:14:33 PM

That does look pretty close. do you know if it would be possible to buy just the front bezel?
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May 8, 2007 11:32:16 PM

Check on ebay, you might get lucky! Also you could make one yourself with plexi-glass .
May 8, 2007 11:38:36 PM

plexiglass I never thought of that. How would you suggest attaching it thought, screws, bolts, glue?
May 8, 2007 11:45:59 PM

I think bolts would give it a cool "industrial" look. I would paint the backside of the plexiglass first. Mask off two round areas if front of the power/activity LED lights.
May 8, 2007 11:54:19 PM

that does sound pretty good. I sent customer support at thermal take an email. If i don't here back from them I think i will try my luck with the plexi. Have you ever done anything like this before foz? if so any tips/pointers for someone trying it for the first time?
May 9, 2007 12:23:48 AM

Here are some tips-
When cutting or drillng plexi put a thin piece of plywood under it to support it and cut both together. Leave the protective paper on right until you paint or mount the piece. Use a fine tooth blade on your saw when cutting. Measure twice, cut once. Buy extra plexi in case you screw up :wink:
May 9, 2007 11:57:48 PM

that was very helpful thanks. After thinking about it a hardware store I used to work at sold, plexi. I bet I could sneak in and use the jig we had to cut it once I have my dimensions