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  • mon_4u2c Posts: 449
    Stage 1 Poster mon_4u2c
    06 May 2018 07:00 PM
    Does anyone know a place in Sydney that can cut down a windshield? 
  • Muzza Wa Posts: 232
    Stock Poster Muzza Wa
    07 May 2018 01:07 AM
    I just cut mine using a Dremel with the Perspex cutting disc. Had to cut it to suit fright train nacelle. I went to Clark rubber and bought a meter of slotted rubber gasket to cover the imperfections of the cut.  Looks fine now. 
  • STEAMER Posts: 287
    East Coast Oz
    Stage 1 Poster STEAMER
    07 May 2018 02:57 PM
    Cut myself. Bought perspex blade for jigsaw. Put tape either side marked line to be cut sa not to scratch screen. Took about 5 min to cut. Then light gauge sand paper to sand edges
  • smutley Posts: 142
    Stock Poster smutley
    07 May 2018 04:54 PM
    do it all the time for people  use a very fine high speed jigsaw and mark the cut you want then use a dremel with a sanding disc to smooth the edges over
  • imoo6170 Posts: 523
    Performance Poster imoo6170
    07 May 2018 07:29 PM
    I regularly use these guys new screens, cuts etc  http://www.handcraftfibreglass.com.au/ 

    Open on Sat mornings and normally take a week to get it done.
  • mon_4u2c Posts: 449
    Stage 1 Poster mon_4u2c
    07 May 2018 10:02 PM
    Thank you
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