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This is what I've done so far:
-Printed all the parts.
-Temporary glued them together.
-I used fiberglass putty on the outside to hide all the ugliness from the assembly and make it hold a lot better.
-Drilled holes to make room for screws and ventilation.
-Clothed the interior with fiberglass weave to prevent cracks and further reinforce it.
-I used wallpaper weave to create further textures where the metal paint is going.
-Then I used a lot of filler/spray putty to further fix the surface.
A lot of sandpaper has been used...