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Newly built Cage!

Discussion in 'Chameleons' started by Keggo, Nov 8, 2004.

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  1. Keggo

    Keggo Active Member

    Hey guys!
    Here's the cage that I've been building... I think it turned out pretty good!! Well, tell me what you think! I'm going to add a humidifier connection later... but, until then, I'll just keep misting with Spock's spray bottle! :D
     

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  2. Bitis Gabonica

    Bitis Gabonica Elite Member

    Looking great!! Fantastic job! I bet Spock loves it :)
     
  3. Jay DeMore

    Jay DeMore Elite Member

    Great job!
     
  4. Keggo

    Keggo Active Member

    thanks! we haven't put him in there YET... *sigh*... I have to wait until my paycheck on the 15th to get some foliage for the cage. The dimensions are pretty big... it's approx. 5'5"x30"x32"... I was thinking about getting a couple ficus, a hibiscus, and a pothos for some good vineage. I wanted it to be pretty dense in there, so he has a lot of stuff to crawl on!
     
  5. venus

    venus Founding Member

    Looks awesome, great job. Cant wait to see it complete with plants
     
  6. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Very nice! I can't wait to see it all done up.
    What is the frame? Conduit?
     
  7. steel rip

    steel rip Elite Member

    Great job, it looks awsome, and you built it yourself, wow, cool, cant wait to see the finished result with everything in :D
     
  8. Keggo

    Keggo Active Member

    Thanks again guys/gals! The cage's frame was constructed with 1/2" pvc piping with the "three inlet" pvc elbows to make the corners... I can walk you guys through every step or make some plans if you want me to. I spent about 60 bucks on everything.. which isn't bad considering the size. I'll get some plants on my payday, or my g/f on her payday will get some plants.
     
  9. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    cool! I guess it is just the lighting but the frame looked like metal .
     
  10. Keggo

    Keggo Active Member

    yeah, it sort of does, huh? all pvc... the reason i chose pvc over wood is that it's lighter and it doesn't get all saturated when the cage is being misted (ie no algae/mold buildup...)
     
  11. WDBILL

    WDBILL Well-Known Member

    *Prints pictures out*

    Hah! I'm stealing your idea!

    Good job, better than i could do.
     
  12. Keggo

    Keggo Active Member

    it's cool man... I put it on here for anyone that wants to build it! :D It wasn't that hard... the only thing i was kind of sketchy about, is the door... I wanted to make sure it sealed real good so no crickets could escape... Here are all the supplies I used... pm me for dimensions

    1/2" PVC Elbows
    1/2" PVC Piping
    1/2" Screws
    Velcro
    Charcoal Mesh Aluminum screening
    Plexiglass
    Duct Tape
     
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