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Can anyone tell me the screw size that is used to hold down the plexiglass to the cg 1500 case  is it a self taping screw thank you

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38 minutes ago, sysco said:

Can anyone tell me the screw size that is used to hold down the plexiglass to the cg 1500 case  is it a self taping screw thank you

I used a 1/2 #8 sheet metal screw in my latest CG1500. (Outer corners. the inner ones were #6)  But I thought I used #6 in my older ones, but the screws would not bite in the latest.

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It really doesn’t matter as long as it’s not overly big.

I use what I have lying around in my screw bin. Even wood screws.

Just ore drill the hole in the pg first or you will crack it.

JR

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Ok, gentlemen thank you for your reply. one more question  what type of stand off should I use and  the site please thank you

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39 minutes ago, sysco said:

Ok, gentlemen thank you for your reply. one more question  what type of stand off should I use and  the site please thank you

I use nylon for anything inside the power supply and metal to stand off pcb./ controller.

I do have a couple videos on Vimeo if interested shoot me  a pm.

I buy kits if them From amazon

JR

Edited by dibblejr

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I use weather 33A resistant (1 or 2) supplies from HC and hang them off the back using a single 1" angle 14ga lag bolt thru the top, the bottom flange bolt goes strait in. Wires just go in one of the bottom openings

I pole mount, closet pole, which fits between the 2 supplies (2@ CMB24 or a Pixie and a CMB24). I add PS#2 when my load gets to big (6@ 50>80 bullets per port will run on 1 PSU. I just do the maths, on my loads.),

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