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Old 08-02-2019, 03:21 PM
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Default First build 36x18x18 exo in full bloom(more pics)

This build was a lot of fun.
My office now has a full functioning Viv.

I set up a DI water system for cleaning PCB's so that helped with the water source.
I have my iso's and springs busting out so we are close to frog day.

I built a custom fresh air fan system to keep air flow controlled. Fully glassed the top and drilled access holes for spray heads and wires.

Below is the album containing all of the pics.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/GUw1eXL7bThoFDdj9

I will get some Darts after I return from Hawaii, I have read they need a lot of care the first few months.
I think I have a stable setup so far.
Please leave any comments...

Eric
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Old 08-04-2019, 05:03 AM
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Wow, that's some set up. I currently have totes lol. I like the fan idea but was wondering, do you worry at all about losing humidity or is the fan on a timer? I could have missed it in the photos. Also, is there a risk to the fan getting wet and having electrical issues?
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Old 08-04-2019, 09:26 PM
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I had the same questions about a fan system. I usually don't use fans but I am currently setting up a extra large exo terra so ill want the extra air flow.
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Wow. Love how you repurposed the front vents to use with the fan duct. Clever.
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Looks awesome, might need to steal some ideas
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Sorry guys, wasn't notified there where responses..
With the vents continually (24x7) pumping fresh air in I have a humidifier and a custom spray rig running.

My humidity never falls below 73%
Every hour (almost) the spray turns on for 20 seconds.

I control the fans with a voltage control. Sorta like a speed control.

My company engineers custom temp and humidity controls. I needed to set up a water purification system so I have all the DI water I could use.

So a lot of items are at the tips of my fingers. Makes building much easier.
I couldn't get away with half of what I did without these resources.
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