If this actually goes ahead then I will create a full journal of the process with plenty of photos, I have a couple of grand set aside for this and the quote is well within my budget, think I can also buy all the equipement with my budget too, lights and filters, heaters, already have the CO2 kit, might even reach for substrate and some plants alsoArana said:Cool will look forward to seeing this one go ahead
Would still need to build a stand in place, I have a couple of mates that are carpenters, so that could be a possibility. But the single tank would look much nicerTDI-line said:How about just getting 2 made from your local MA, then slip them in the space Tetris style.
Tankbuilder said:Hi Guys,
I am new to the site, marine keeper myself but very interested in aquascaping. I like your tank design but can see an issue attempting to build it on site, due to the clamping systems used to construct these tanks. Don't see a problem constructing the tank and delivering, so long as there is suitable access. The only issue I see is installing it into the space available. You may need to shorten one of the lengths of the sides to achieve this. We are constantly making tanks similar to this in design. If you would like to contact me direct I would be more than happy to help. email: email@example.com.
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