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Custom Uro Enclosure IV

Discussion in 'Enclosures' started by Vers, Mar 25, 2013.

  1. Vers

    Vers Elite Member

    And so it begins...
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  2. troymclure

    troymclure Elite Member

    its gonna be a double?
     
  3. diehardislanders

    diehardislanders Elite Member

    Cant wait. If there were a way to frame your enclosures and hang them on my wall i would matt... and that is coming from a guy that makes furniture for a living lol
     
  4. thaboi

    thaboi Elite Member

    What kind of wood you using?
     
  5. kriminaal

    kriminaal HH Block Leader Staff Member Premium Member

    I agree. Matt makes some sweet enclosures.
    Looks like birch plywood back and maple or soft maple framing.

    Looking forward to the progress.
     
  6. thaboi

    thaboi Elite Member

    Yes he does amazing enclosures
     
  7. Vers

    Vers Elite Member

    Thanks for the kind words, guys. Like my other enclosures (birch ply and poplar face frame) this one will be a stack, but there will be/are a few design tweaks here and there. Size wise this set measures at 48x32x23 (WxDxH), which is 8" deeper than the others. The bottom enclosure will employ a feature that will allow the animal(s) to use a sub-terranian section for burrowing and nesting. Both the top and bottom enclosures will also receive radiant heating via heat tape/cord/mat (not sure which I'll use yet). I'm currently up in Massachusetts for the week for work so I'll have to wait until Friday to get more work done, but they should be complete by weekends end, assuming my plexi gets here in time.
     
  8. Vers

    Vers Elite Member

    Almost...
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    Not shown are the lower doors (waiting for hinges) and a burrow box (built, but not installed).

    Just a matter of electrical, paint and BGs now...all the fun parts.
     

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  9. thaboi

    thaboi Elite Member

    could i see a pic of your burrow box and an idea of where you put it if possible of course
     
  10. Vers

    Vers Elite Member

    Yeah, I'll grab a shot of the box in position this afternoon.
     
  11. TJOHNSON722

    TJOHNSON722 Elite Member

    Looks fantastic as always. I'm very jealous of your ability to make everything look beautiful. You have a gift.
     
  12. TeguBuzz

    TeguBuzz Elite Member

    I wish I had that type of skill - quite fond of the design and the way you've made it all look. Those uro's sure will enjoy it.
     
  13. MoskiWoski

    MoskiWoski Elite Member

    That looks great, bro. Very nice. If you don't mind me asking, where did you get those hinges for the glass?
     
  14. Vers

    Vers Elite Member

    Thanks for the kind words!

    Moski, they are called pivot/glass door hinges--you can find them online at Amazon, McMaster Carr, etc etc.

    Thaboi, here is a shot of the burrow box...
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    And it'll be mounted directly below the two tiles you see here...
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    And what I was doing today....
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    Electrical! (incomplete, of course)
     

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  15. MoskiWoski

    MoskiWoski Elite Member

    Thanks Vers. I appreciate it.
     
  16. thaboi

    thaboi Elite Member

    Ah I see very nice and I'm guess theres some sort of entrance on the side leading to the enclosure correct
     
  17. Vers

    Vers Elite Member

    There will actually be an entrance from the top, through the floor of the enclosure...just have to cut a hole in one of the tiles.
     
  18. thaboi

    thaboi Elite Member

    Oh ok thats pretty cool
     
  19. riderx4life

    riderx4life Well-Known Member

    Another amazing masterpiece you have going! Cant wait to see it finished!!
     
  20. Vers

    Vers Elite Member

    Thanks, man.

    I got the top enclosure all wired up and made a reflector for the CLF this afternoon--should be able to bang out a lot more tomorrow after work.
     

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