Hey guys, got a bit of a dilema brewing in my head. I'm planning on begining a new project here in the next couple of days and I've got everything pretty much designed and figured out except how to assemble the frame to the case. I will be using 3/4 x 3/4 x 1/16 inch aluminum angle. Each corner will consist of the 2 pieces with *45 cuts and one perpendicular piece sticking straight up. My dilema lies here, I don't want to go the traditional route and use pop rivets, I want to use something that will give me clean lines. I think I am going to use JB Weld Kwik but I don't think the aluminum has enough surface for the JB Weld to have something to bite into. My question is, will it benefit the case's structural integrity if I drilled holes in the 2 pieces and the perpendicular piece and filled them in with the JB Weld, will this give the corners the right stuff to stay together with just this? Thank you for any help you guys can provide.