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    I plan on building a plywood 18x18x24, because the exo terras are overpriced, and have the ugly line down the middle. I have seen many people saying that epoxy is a great way to seal the tank. This is probably a good way, but it’s just way to expensive. A reliable can of that stuff can cost more...
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    I am currently in the planning stages of a medium sized (3'x1.5'x2.5') plywood vivarium. In order to reduce the waterproofing required, I was hoping to use phenolic plywood. We've used the material in the cupboard under our somewhat leaky sink with excellent results. However, I haven't been able...
  3. Parts & Construction
    Started work on a new project recently: a column plywood paludarium. Dimensions are around 25"L X 17"W X 40"T. It's going to be located in a prominent corner where it will be visible from out living/dining room and kitchen, so I'm really hoping that I can have it look like a piece of nice...
  4. Parts & Construction
    So I want to start building vivariums out of plywood and glass and I have read tons of articles on here and found tons of info but frankly its very overwhelming and I have a few questions I cant find a striaghtforward answer to: 1:So with the plywood I know you need to coat it with epoxy but...
  5. Parts & Construction
    I'm just getting started with my first plywood build, 6'Lx2'Dx4'T. My schedule's pretty open for the winter so I can't wait to get into this build! I spent the past month or so researching and mapping out the project. I finally got to break out the power tools this week :) Woodwork is going...
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    Hi guys!! I'm new to this forum. I decided to join because I've heard from a lot of people that you guys know a lot about constructing terrariums! I plan on building a 500+ gallon terrarium, not for dart frogs, but for my hermit crabs! Crazy, right? Lol. It will have 24 inches of substrate (Play...
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    Greetings! Got an opportunity to work with some decent space. A plywood viv of 120*60*160cm (47*23*63") is planned. Living zone for DPF is 120*60*100cm (47*23*39"). Going to cover all inside with epoxy. Still searching for plywood thickness. Looks like 18mm (0.7" or as you say 3/4") will be...
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