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    Diy fb10 rack

    Here is the start to my fb10 DIY build. This will be 4 shelves of 3 tubs for a total of 12 tubs. I will keep you all updated as I finish the build.
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    this looks like an awesome build. what/how did u cut your PVC to size? also is this a hanging design where the FB10 tubs rest on those rails instead of the shelf floor? i look forward to it either way.
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    Re: Diy fb10 rack

    Quote Originally Posted by Ax01 View Post
    this looks like an awesome build. what/how did u cut your PVC to size? also is this a hanging design where the FB10 tubs rest on those rails instead of the shelf floor? i look forward to it either way.
    Yes it is a hanging design most of the plastic (which is "king starlite") was cut on a CNC.

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    Re: Diy fb10 rack

    I got 2 shelves attached and ran out of heat tape haha. More is on the way now. 2 more shelves to go. Its not the prettiest but it works well and snakes seem to like their new tubs.




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    ^ awesome progress! i think it looks great! just a lil too much torque on your impact drill i think and the top left corner got a lil warped but spacing shelf and tub gap still looks good. countersinks could also help for those screws as they got torqued and pinched into the PVC. still a better looking rack and finish than i've ever produced.
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