Take the large circle of MDF with Ø194mm and insert the ball bearing into the middle recess, then glue the smaller circle (Ø160mm) made of MDF to the underside. This serves as a pedestal and gives the display a floating effect.
Assemble the TroGlass cube and glue the smallest circle of MDF (Ø20,2mm) onto the X-marked center point with acrylic glue. After the glue has dried, insert the cube into the ball bearing. The 8mm thick TroGlass disc is provided with a double-sided adhesive tape around the edge.
Now you can stick the disc onto the cube using adhesive dots or acrylic glue. Again, an X marks the center points so that you can centrally position it.
Now attach the paper strip with the TroGlass Mirror parts. To do this, turn the display made up to now on the head, remove the adhesive strip from the edge of the window, and carefully glue the paper strip. Make sure that the beginning and end of the strip are at the open part of the cube. Do not stick the strip in place if you want to illuminate the display, so that you can still reach inside the display, but you can create a closing mechanism through a magnetic solution.
Finally, glue the cover plate made of TroGlass Mirror onto the transparent pane using adhesive dots.
You've then completed this extraordinary display, which certainly attracts everyone's attention.