What I'm about to ask might sound a bit basic to seasoned experts on this board, but I have no experience in this field whatsoever, so please bear with me!
I'm trying to mod this standard wooden artist attache to serve as my portfolio case:
I want to remove the plywood panel from the front and replace it with a sheet of transparent acrylic material of same thickness, so the case becomes a display case with its contents fully revealed.
The question is: what is the best way of doing it? The panel is enclosed in a frame that is held together by a set of three wooden pegs, one set per corner:
Is this doable? Is it possible to remove the pegs without doing too much damage to the frame? Are the planks that make up a frame usually get glued together? What tools would be required to pull out the pegs?
The procedure appears to be a simple one, but I just want to make sure I don't do anything stupid and end up with a broken case.
Thanks in advance for your comments and advice!