PSA Acrylic Cylinders Free

Discussion in 'Resources' started by xcaret, Oct 20, 2017.

  1. xcaret

    xcaret Supporting Member

  2. LordHelmet

    LordHelmet Supporting Member

    That looks like a LOT of boxes
     
  3. xcaret

    xcaret Supporting Member

    DIY heaven, acrylic cylinder is pretty darn expensive in those diameters and of course lengths and that looks new.
    Sent an email, crossing fingers...
     
  4. DEATH BY SNU SNU

    DEATH BY SNU SNU Supporting Member

    good luck mario!
     
  5. xcaret

    xcaret Supporting Member

    I'm thinking of those people who'd like to clone a Geo Calcium Reactor, even a double chamber reactor.
     
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  6. Coral2Coral

    Coral2Coral Supporting Member

    Yes! Good luck! And if you do get them and have some left overs, please let me know as I might be looking into some DIY projects. Thanks.
     
  7. kinetic

    kinetic Webmaster

    Wow, are you getting that Mario?

    I want to DIY something. Maybe a camera box to take top down photos. Or a way to corral my clownfish onto my BTA =P
     
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  8. Tmjvb

    Tmjvb Supporting Member

    Also interested in one if you decide to sell or part with some :).
    Going to try to make a top down viewer for pictures as said above
     
  9. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Club DIY project, build your own Chaeto reactor :D
     
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  10. Bruce Spiegelman

    Bruce Spiegelman Supporting Member

    That would be a fun get together. Mario can sketch out the plans and we can all build one!
     
  11. iCon

    iCon Supporting Member

    Get my text?
     
  12. xcaret

    xcaret Supporting Member

    Me? Nope.
     
  13. xcaret

    xcaret Supporting Member

    No reply yet from the person who posted the ad, still crossing fingers
     
  14. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    In principle it would not be such a hard job. You'd need a piece of acrylic bigger than the diameter of the tube and then cut out a hole a hair less than the diameter of the tube with a router and jig or CNC machine, then the hard part is route out a groove to put an o-ring. Then you can drill some holes, tap some threads, and some creative plumbing and you're golden. However being able to do a perfect circle is where it leaves the DIY realm unless you are very skilled. But find someone with a little CNC machine who can bang out a bunch of parts, then it's a matter of gluing and screwing everything together.

    Of course if those tubes are very thin walled, like for holding posters or something, then probably would not be such a good idea.
     
  15. xcaret

    xcaret Supporting Member

    No reply so far, cl post is still up but then again, it's craigslist...
     

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