Planted Tank Enthusiast
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Philidelphia, PA
What do you guys think....
Still thinking about what size tanks I wanna make with this 2mm glass. I'm likely only going to use these for raising fry, but plants are bound to find a home in some of them haha. But anyway...according to online glass thickness calculators, then maximum LxWxH I can safely build is 24x24x10(only filled 8 inches high). I might just be young and stupid but a 24x24x10 inch tank would be awesome! haha. But what size do you think would be practical? 12x12x10 is in my head and so is 24x12x10. The reason it can only be 10 inches high is because that's the maximum weight the glass can handle, but that's fine for me because I want the tanks to have a nice low profile to increase air/water surface area.
Let's hear you're thoughts or dimension idea's!