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Old 22-07-2010, 08:40 PM
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hi thats brill what you have done thinking of trying it out when i get a bit of time hows the pdf going
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The PDF's are complete.

Just drop me an PM.
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Old 29-07-2010, 11:45 AM
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excellent work, i really must have a go
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Old 29-07-2010, 07:02 PM
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just like to say the pdf is fantastic
will have to give it a go when i get time
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The total cost is dependant on the measurements of the vivarium to be constructed.

I have written a software calculator that will work out all the cut sizes for the glass and the cost, once you have imputted the size the vivarium required.

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Any chance of sharing that calculator - I would like to have a go at making a custom glass viv to fit in the middle gap of the stack I have to replace the exo I have there at the moment?
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Any pics of the finished thing?
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This will be available in PDF format when complete.

did this ever make it to a .pdf format???
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Where can I buy the strips of 'L' angled plastic? I have found the 'E' strips on ebay but finding it hard to get 'L' strips
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Old 08-11-2010, 10:34 AM
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You can purchase the "L" profile frome most good Hardware suppliers.
e.g. B&Q, Homebase...
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Do you have any pictures of your finished article?

I'm familiar with a glass cutter but never realised I would be able to cut arches with it, is it the same technique in cutting curves or do you have to do something different?
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