So over the last few days I decided I wanted another tank. This one I wanted to be smaller so it could sit on my desk by my work station.
When I had the measurements I cut it all out of 1/4" cast acrylic, pieced it together to see how it would fit.
I found that the GF does not do clean cuts on the acrylic… kind of leaves a rough cut, but not as bad as a table saw would leave.
I had to sand it with 800 grit, then 3000 grit, and then finish it off with a polishing paste and soft cloth to get the edges I need so I could weld it together.
After being welded
Letting it start to cycle before adding any corals and critters.
It holds 2.2 gallons of water, filtration is a canister filter I had from a previous tank, and a Par 38 bulb to grow corals.
In three weeks after the first cycle I will be able to add other thens from my other tank, and maybe get a few new things I have wanted to try in a smaller tank.
I even added my little logo I used to use on my other stuff to the tank as well for a personal touch.