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Re: [APD] DIY Aqurium Hood
Chris, I have the plans for an aquarium hood that I made for my 38
gallon tank up on
my web site:
Hope these help. It is a hood that is hinged in the middle, and
leaves enough room for lights to be installed inside or underneath.
On Mon, 07 Feb 2005 12:44:20 -0500, Chris Hotte <ecwh at cogeco_ca> wrote:
> I'm looking to build a wooden top for my aquarium that hinges open in
> the middle. I'd like to increase the amount of light in my tank up from
> 1.69watt/gal and currently it's the only way I can see to do it.
> Currently I just have an All-Glass 110watt 36" fixture on the top. I'll
> likely go with ahsupply for CF lighting into the 3-4watt/gal range.
> I've found a few DIY links online, but still looking for the most
> comprehensive directions I can find, as I am not a carpenter. Also, my
> stand is made of particle board covered with a black wood grain veneer,
> which I think will be hard to match. Any ideas? There is a definite
> wife factor that the end product must pass.
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Light thinks it travels faster than anything but it is wrong. No
matter how fast
light travels, it finds the darkness has always got there first, and
is waiting for it. -Reaper Man, Terry Pratchett
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