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Default 4th Order Removable Panel Help???

Hello all, I am currently building a box for a customer and I'm having second thoughts on my build design for the removable panel. Just curious if you all have pics of your removable panels so I could weigh my options. Here is the box (below) and the front will have 2, .5" acrylic panels so you can see the SA 8" V.2's inside. You can kind of see on the design but I was going to use 2 1/2" boards and laminate them after routing out a 3/4" lip on the top on so you can remove the acrylic. I am just curious if there are other/better options, Thanks!
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I was thinking along the lines of threaded inserts epoxied in. But I have a sneaky suspicion that they wont hold.
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Just use weather stripping from lowes and screw ever few inch. I did a 6th order with a sa 8 and 0 leaks


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I also used .5 plexi too


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Nice box! I can't do it that way because the acrylic is already cut to size and they are going to be mounted in mdf or plywood thats removable. But looks nice, Thanks for the input
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Weather stripping is excellent for removable panels.
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Nice box! I can't do it that way because the acrylic is already cut to size and they are going to be mounted in mdf or plywood thats removable. But looks nice, Thanks for the input

Thanks man. So where is the plexi going I am a little lost on where u are putting it


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When you guys say weather stripping would this work Shop Frost King 3/8-in x 17-ft Grey Foam Door Weatherstrip at Lowes.com
or http://www.lowes.com/pd_297209-81-43...ing&facetInfo=

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I use the first link, the grey foam
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