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Freaking acrylic

Ropes4u

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Does anyone know someone who cuts acrylic? I need some cut for a display cage I am trying to build and am getting nothing but grief around here. Why is it so fuc*ing hard to get customer service any more, if you dont want to deal with the public close and lock the Fuc*ing door, unplugg the phone and quit advertising on the internet and yellowpages.

Thanks, John
 

Mister Internet

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There are a million places on the internet to buy sheet acrylic, and you can cut it yourself if you have to right tools... look here for a good place to start:

Google is your friend
 

Ropes4u

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Thanks foe the link.

I know I could cut it myself the point was I sent a bid package out to a few of the companys on the net and in the local yellow pages. None of them even answered back and it pissed me off.

I already have enough things I am trying to work on with slotcars, knives, and guns the last thing i wanted was to spend time cutting plastic for spider cages. I just want to see what my idea will look like and then i can decide if I want to order a few hundred and try to sell them


Blue Skies, John
 
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Mister Internet

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ah, that makes more sense... save it for a rainy day... you have any idea how much it would cost a fabricator to one-off a piece for you? More than you'd want to spend, I'm sure... good luck with it, though...
 
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