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Old 11-26-2019, 09:38 AM   #1
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Wanted LF: wood cutting services in GTA

Hey everyone,

In the middle of planning a ~750 gallon plywood aquarium. Looking to use strictly 3/4" plywood for sides and bracing.

Wanted to know if anyone had suggestions for a custom wood cutting service in GTA. Also interested in anyone who does wood working here on the forum and would be willing to take on the job. Please message me with a quote.

There are 6 plywood pieces in total that need to be cut down to smaller sizes. I have done a rough design and cut layout on sketch up.

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I hope you make a thread on the build. Seems super interesting


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I hope you make a thread on the build. Seems super interesting


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Will do haha.

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I have someone that would be able to help you with ease.

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Thanks. Will send him an email
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Just curious what are the advantages of using plywood?
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For larger tanks, usually it's much cheaper compared to all glass or all acrylic.

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At that size? It's a hella lot cheaper for sure and you can construct it in the room you want the tank in as opposed to having it moved in. And with one or two viewing panels it still looks beautiful.

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