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Big thank you to Jorge and MrBret yesterday. 235gal rimless came in yesterday, was a beast getting it flip on its back, out the van, up a couple steps, through the doors, flip back and finally on the stand!

 

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Whoa! That looks amazing, rimless is certainly much cleaner looking than the alternative. My large tank has the two pesky braces running through the middle making small shaded spots higher in the aquarium. You going to rock those Reefi lights up top?

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Whoa! That looks amazing, rimless is certainly much cleaner looking than the alternative. My large tank has the two pesky braces running through the middle making small shaded spots higher in the aquarium. You going to rock those Reefi lights up top?

Thinking of putting 4 ReeFi LEDs.. Maybe one of each color. :)

 

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Had a really good time yesterday! Thank you for the food and beverages. I really enjoyed the mini concert ;)

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I wanted to show up but had a mothers day bbq........I wanted to see what there builds looked like.

 

Now we need specs on equipment......

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Thinking of putting 4 ReeFi LEDs.. Maybe one of each color. :)

 

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do you have a link to these?

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Looking good! Who built the tank?

Looks like Daniel might be busy with plumbing so I'll answer your question. It's built by OBD. I think you're familiar with them :)

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Got the tank side of the plumbing done...still need to work on the sump side which will be at the other side of the wall. Cut a 5.5"x6.5" hole in the dry wall and made 3D printed wall plates. Any bigger then I'll need a larger printer.

 

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Made 4 light hangers from EMT conduits. Could have done a better paint job but was rushing it. I think 4 ReeFi LEDs light be over kill but too late now to make any changes.

 

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Ripped out most of my old DIY arduino controller, still got more stuff in there to take out. Thinking of redoing the entire controller for a more cleaner look.

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Added sand, even after rinsing 3 times, still made water super cloudy. Finally able to use the skimmer my brother gave me when he upgraded. Hope the water will clear up soon so I can move the corals in.

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