putting a hardboard outter surface on a aquarium stand

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01-22-2013 10:32 AM

Hello, I’m a home DIYer and I’m in the process of building a aquarium stand and canopy, and I’m in the process of building the skin, but first off I have to install the underskin and after that I want to make the surface skin with hardboard and I want to have it rounded around the corners but I want to know how to do it where it will glue and not come apart.

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#1 posted 01-26-2013 06:04 AM

Creator, the pictures are good, but I can’t get the idea of what you are asking. Terminology my be confusing me, which is not hard to do. Can you clarify “rounded around corners ...where it will glue and not come apart”?
Are you speaking of easing the edge? Are you thinking of bending the hardboard? Are you speaking of hardboard sheets, like tempered or untempered stuff 1/8 or 1/4” thick? So many questions…

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