Cabinet Assembly Notes
First, the laser cuts holes with slightly sloping walls and a small burr. It is usually easiest to insert pieces from the side with the slightly larger holes.
Second, the Delrin cut is designed to be a tight fit. Most pieces can go in one of four ways. Test fit the pieces, selecting them for the best snap. The final cabinet will be a tight assembly.
Next, you my need to remove some of the holes from the delrin. Use a small screwdrive, push hard, and they will snap out.
The acrylic parts are also a tight fit, but more delicate than the Delrin. They will snap if you are not careful.
FInal assembly is a dexterity test. you have about 20 little stubs that have to be aligned. Start from the top and snap them together. Use a small screwdriver to drag the parts into alignment through the holes, and a q-tip or something soft to push the panels around inside the cabinet.
Delrin is very hard to glue. A two-part plastic glue is your best bet. Silicone may also work. Overall, though, the cabinet is quite robust without screws and adhesives.
Wipe the material down with a gentle solvent to clean off any contaminants that will stop the decals from adhering. You can use almost anything on Delrin. However, the acrylic is vulnerable to more aggressive solvents, so stick to naptha or even 409 if you have the acrylic in there.