Hi there, I'm new to this forum - and I'm also new to DIY. However, have just managed to cut up/put together pieces of MDF using wood glue to create a board for my guitar pedals to stick to (using carpet as a base, with velcro on the backs of the pedals).
This is all fine, but my problem lies with the power supply on the board. It's roughly 20cm long, 5cm high and wide. It has small legs on the base, so I can't put velcro on it like I have done to the rest of the pedals.
Does anyone have any suggestions to what I could do here to fix my power supply to the MDF securely?
This is probably a really easy question, but I have no clue!
how about drilling holes to accommodate the legs of the power supply (assuming they're only tiny) and attaching velcro to the back as per the others so the legs slot through the board and the velcro on the back attaches to the board in the same way all the pedals do?
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