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  1. Hey guys so I got this display case a few years ago and was going to use it recently when I found that the plastic film is no longer clear but is a bit cloudy. Dont know how it happened but was wondering if there was any possibility of getting it cleaned? Thanks
  2. Fossilis Willis

    Homemade display case

    I wanted to share with you all the display case I made for my dad as a Christmas gift. Over the last few years I've gifted him quite a few fossils, and he was in need of a decent place to display them. It is constructed almost entirely from materials salvaged from various demo projects around my house. The door, including latch and handle, were one of the original windows in the living room of my 100+ year old house. The rest of the wood came from some sub-flooring I replaced. The hinges are the only thing I bought. The thing that makes It especially cool is that my old house was my grandmothe
  3. Hi everyone, I purchased an acrylic case to display various shark teeth with labels. The teeth would be placed on the bottom panel - the one that is on the table - with labels underneath them. Here's what it looks like: I didn't really consider how I would keep the shark teeth in their places. When the case is shifted, the teeth will shift with it. The teeth would just need to stay still if I need to move the case for cleaning underneath it, for instance. I don't want to use anything destructive like glue because it's likely that I'll want to re
  4. cngodles

    The KMart Display case

    All the local Kmarts went the way of the dinosaur and went extinct last year. I bought a couple display cases for $40 each. I brought it home and just a month ago filled it up with fossils. The wiring was cut from the store in a hurry, so I just left it as is. I ordered a plug and rewired it this morning. The light makes a huge difference.
  5. This evening I stopped by Harbor Freight and noticed this wooden case that I bought to hold some Ordovician pieces that I collected. It was on sale and I also got 20% off on it and paid $67.00. This case is lockable and cones with keys for the 2 different locks. I have an older, metal one that I use to hold Oligocene fossils so I thought I wold pick this one up.
  6. Hello everyone, and happy holidays! I recieved this fossil fish (single fish split down the middle, so it's a mirror of itself). I'm looking to make a display case for it and I was looking for some help. I have a piece of plexiglass I want to use for the cover, and originally I was going to just build a wood case that holds the hinged box the fish is currently in, with a slot on top where the plexiglass could be slid in place. But now I'm not too sure, as I've seen some medal standoffs that can be used to hold up a piece of plexiglass over it, but then the sides would be open. I was hoping som
  7. Hey everyone!! Im very excited to say me and my fiancé closed on a house last week . We have some renovation plans (small plans I hope) and then we move in! The house has this awesome built in china cabinet or something idk what it was technically for. There is some wires in there to get some lights but I’m curious what other people have for display cases in their homes. I bet there are some low cost LED lights out there. How do you guys like to do your displays? Heres what I have to work with. I feel like it has potential!
  8. Nimravis

    Display Case

    Today I stopped by a high end bike shop that is going out of business near my house. I picked up this nice plexiglass display case with 2 shelves, 2 locks and a few display stands- all for $30.00.
  9. Macrophyseter

    3D printed display stand

    Constantly forgetting to order display tools to securely display my fossils which are right now at risk of being damaged from grinding the glass shelves in my display, I decided to print a stand for my last model before I took my 3D printer home (and not use it until I get a microSD reader so I could transfer files to the printer). I didn't really pay too much attention to exact dimensions, but it actually printed quite fine and did fit one of my boxed fossils I wanted to display but couldn't before. The stand is blue because that's the only color of filament I own
  10. I just put together a new Megalodon tooth mini display case... The tooth is 5.3 inches from Carolina. I put smaller damaged teeth around the bottom. I got the shadow box from Hobby Lobby. It is an unusual shadowbox because it has glass all around the sides. I got the image background from the American Museum of Natural History. I plan to make at least one other similar display case for other fossils, with different picture backgrounds.
  11. Ok, been working on this for quite some time. Trying to find the right size stands for all your fossils can be quite difficult im finding out! So,, I took some pliers and started bending up a snargle smargle storm!!! Now Ive got most of my smaller fossil crabs in stands. Woooooop!!! Woooooop!!! Oh, and a picture of what it looked like without stands too. Top shelf only. RB
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