Display Box with Three Tier Riser (24x12x8) (610 x 305 x 203)

Here you go. Enjoy! Made with LightBurn (project file attached). Riser and cover is made from .12" (3mm) acrylic. Base is made from ½" (13mm) acrylic.

Display_Box_With_Risers.lbrn (196.2 KB)


Pictures to help you understand how to construct for application of SciGrip WeldOn 16:

And don’t forget you’ll need one of these (I use an 18 gauge syringe):

I also REALLY WISH LightBurn had such a utility built in to it :clown_face:


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I always use:

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There is this site as well: http://boxdesigner.frag-den-spatz.de/


@sensor @sutick @stroonzo

Thank you for the link, it will save us some time.

Cheers from the
Great Pacific Northwest


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Where do you buy your glue and syringes.



The SciGrip is certainly THE BEST for acrylic bonding. I prefer the viscosity and set time of “16”. It is slightly more fluid than a gel. Despite it’s thicker formulation, it still performs very well for capillary application.

Syringes - that will be determined by where you live. Cheapest is to just use plain ole medical grade supply. With Sci Grip 16, I think an 18 gauge needle is ideal. To fill the syringe, remove the needle and vacuum the adhesive. Then clean up the syringe with a paper towel and put the needle back on. You can always just buy Industrial Syringes with 18 Gauge Blunt Tip Needles as well:

Shintop 10pcs 5ml Syringe with 18Ga 1.5 Inches Blunt Tip Needles for Experiments, Industrial Use
by Shintop
Learn more: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074M4RB86/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_fOdvEbZ3ND6M0

SCIGRIP 16 Acrylic Cement, Low-VOC, Medium bodied, 1 Pint Can with Screw-on Cap, Clear
by Amazon.com
Learn more: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005ZH31W2/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_gBdvEbA252Y90

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@Stroonzo I appreciate the information and techniques you have shared with us as well as the clarification on the tools and supplies you prefer .
Cheers and good luck in your business ventures.