Loc: Stoughton, WI USA
You should turn that mamoth into a macquarium. It would be great. They are just too freaking huge, and require an acre to use it. We had one at the office and it was just sitting around. For 2 years I carried that thing from one side of the back room to the other. Finally I stuck it on a metal shelf and let it sit. Had a bad board, only a $25 part, but didn't feel like fixing, or ordering, it.
On my acrylic projects, I want to make windows (case windows) for people that want custom cut, and also XBOX case windows. There has to be a market in that, and I think I found customer base to feed...high school kids. Anyways, as for my original intent, it was to mac an iMac G5 clone, but LCD is bad, so I'm making a slick case for it w/ acrylic.
As for AMoses, if you plan on making a Macquarium, check out a few fish websites, like Cichlid World. Don't forget that a fish freak started the aquarium trend.
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Post edited by: whitlock, at: 2004/10/27 22:36
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>>As for AMoses, if you plan on making a Macquarium, check out a few fish websites, like >>Cichlid World. Don't forget that a fish freak started the aquarium trend.
Thanks. I've made a few Macquariums already and I've been keeping fish for a few decades. I know what I'm doing, but for anyone who hasn't got a lot of experience keeping fish alive that's an important point.
BTW: My next Macquarium is going to have a biowheel filter. I'm cannibalizing an Eclipse Explorer. I hate those corner-filters everyone uses.
Loc: Florida, USA
I've been told you can bend acrylic very easy with a oven on a real low setting. Never tryed it my self but I know a few people I use to hang out with that were members of the SCA and would make armor out of plastic barrels.
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