Hi everyone, Ive started my first real attempt at fabrication and need some advice. I have a 7" lilliput touchscreen that I have disassembled. I have modified it so that it fits into a double din space in a radio/climate control bezel for a 2000 VW Passat. I was able to get the bezel very cheap off ebay, and have the cover of the monitor epoxyed into the bezel. The screen attaches to the back like I want it to so everything seems fine so far. Now I need to fill in the gaps around the monitor so the monitor bezel and the radio bezel look like one piece. The radio bezel is actually metal and the screen bezel is plastic, so I plan on using a texture paint to get the surfaces to look consistent. What is the best filler to use for the gaps though? I have seen epoxy putty that said it was paintable, drillable, and sandable and would hold in up to 500 degree temperatures. I was tempted to try this but I want to make sure theres nothing im overlooking as this is my first real attempt at anything like this. Thanks in advance.
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