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    thanks so much

    thanks so much
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    not only did I screw the sides together, they are...

    not only did I screw the sides together, they are glued and epoxied, and siliconed.
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    link to the build process

    here is a link to the whole build process.

    http://s860.photobucket.com/albums/ab167/eshaunmichael/plywood%20aquarium/
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    Just do all the research you can and take the...

    Just do all the research you can and take the time to do it right. Some one gave me a old hexagon tank, im thinking of using the glass in it to make a bigger one.
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    I used the thin epoxy, it was really easy, I...

    I used the thin epoxy, it was really easy, I would lay each side flat and pour it out so it would creep into each crevice, I did about 4 layers this way, it worked really well.
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    after a year

    Here is a photo of my tank after its been up and running little over a year. It's still doing great with no leaks.
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    cost

    I've never done a cost breakdown, but a rough estimate would be around $500
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    sides

    No you could do the sides in glass if you wanted, most just opt not to.
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    plywood

    what he said thumbs2:
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    glass seal

    I put a whole tube of silicone between the glass and wood, and laid the tank on its face, and put weights on the glass and let it cure for about 48 hours. Its on there very secure. Do ya think the...
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    old tank

    Here is my old 75 gallon tank that I put two baby Oscars in.

    http://i860.photobucket.com/albums/ab167/eshaunmichael/plywood%20aquarium/photo5.jpg
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    thanks

    thanks so much, I hope to start my new tank soon and ill post all the pics of when I do. Thanks so much for the comments
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    new tank

    I'm already planning my next plywood tank, this one will be at least 300 gallons, and maybe salt water if I can learn enough about keeping a salt water tank. I know absolutely nothing about salt...
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    rock work

    Thanks for the comments, the rock work is slate flagstone. I bought 4 big pieces and busted them up by dropping them on the concrete lol, then stacked them along the back.
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    thanks

    It was alot of hard work but alot of fun too. I want to do a bigger one now.
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    diy sump

    You could also do something like I did. Works very well.
    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aquariumforum/showthread.php?t=71474
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    120 gallon plywood tank finished

    Hello, everyone, im new to this forum. Found some really good information on here and wanted to post a project ive been working on for awhile now. Here is a picture of the tank along with a link of...
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