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    I am thinking about making psu cover for switch 810. I am not sure if I want to use acrylic or sheet metal. Can I get some advice, tips or experiences making one?
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    I would say use acrylic. You get a much more smooth color and the bends can be a lot more clean. Metal is very good, but also can cause problems if you are running anything through it because of sharp edges if you dont use anything to smooth the edge. However metal is a lot easier to bend. Its all down to the look. Metal can get a much sharper bend, but acrlyic is a lot more smooth. You can get a sharp edge in acrlic if you cut it and use plastiweld however.

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