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    360 gallon for our friends at Aquarium Co-op

    RF,
    If you guys haven't been to Aquarium Co-op in Edmonds, you should swing by. They are a hard core Freshwater store. Corey has a great store, very clean, LED's on every tank, and has a huge selection of fish I have never seen before.
    Corey needed a tank for his store, and came by the shop to check things out. He inspected some tanks that were being built, and ordered a new 360 gallon display tank for his Puffer, Hank. He also ordered a tall steel stand for the tank which can be seen in a different thread. Here are a few pic's for you all to enjoy, Jason





    These are nice access portholes!

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    Very nice as always!
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    Current tank(s): Oceanic 58 with a 29g sump, Eheim 9g nano

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    You forgot to include pics of your awesome beveled and flame polished edges we always see!

    As always, nice work!
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    That is one sweet piece!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpiotrowski View Post
    You forgot to include pics of your awesome beveled and flame polished edges we always see!

    As always, nice work!
    We were trying to get this tank done and delivered asap, and we wrapped it up. Then I thought I better take a pic or two or you guys wouldn't believe me! Just to clarify, we do not flame polish anything. Flame polishing heat stresses the plastic, and will make it craze, sometimes sooner rather than later. My process takes a bit more time, but gives a way better result with out any damaging heat. Good old fashioned elbow grease, and a high speed polishing wheel. Thanks, Jason

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    Good to know about the flame polishing. ROFL about not believing you!
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