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    Drilling Through Perspex

    Just wondering how difficult this is! ive got an ANtec LANBoy case and want to add some extra cooling by putting a fan on the perspex window. is it likely to crack etc. wen drilling? any help would be appriciated.

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    drilling through perspex is difficult, make indentations in the perspex where you want to make the holes first so the drill doesn't slide all over the place and ruin your window, other than that drill slowly and don't put too much force on and you should be fine.

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    thnx. how shud i go about making holes for air to be sucked in? would lots of small drill holes be sufficient of do i need to make larger holes, if so how? im a complete noob at DIY!
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    Agree with Knoxville
    also make sure you are using a v sharp drill-worth buying a new one

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    Coat the drill in something like vasoline as well it helps stop cracking

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