Impossible is possible
I am a retired businessman that likes to putter. I moved to a new community and found several items in the city that needs mending, so I volunteered if they buy the material.
Currently I have a 4X8 sign that was a mess. A little new lumber and a little old lumber I have a sign. Could not afford wooden letters, so I scrolled sawed them to my own liking. That is one side. The other is for information and a cover. The sign I took down has Plexiglas that has been up for years. I took Oops and wiped old paint and crude from the Plexiglas. It came clean and looks good. Knowing that chemicals affect Plexiglas, I immediately did a non ammonia cleaner and polished the glass. It looks good, will se.
Now, I have PVC 2 inch pipe that are 6 inches long, smoothed out and holes cut to put them in to put fliers in the slots from the months plaques that I cut. I have 1/8 inch old Plexiglas I would like to use, cut with a circular holed saw and glue to the back of the PVC. I have a hold to screw the tube to the back of the other side that way. I know they have 1/8 PVC sheets as I was in the sign business were I came from, nothing here, so adapting to the clear glass. So guys help and girls help me out?
I have made and cut out letters for a-frame signs. Suggestions gladly accepted.
Now that is me, I take what ever they ask me to do and do it on the cheap.
My payments is all the pieces of wood I have left over. A little here and a little there.
So if I can answer a problem I will, if I need help I will ask.