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Old 01-08-2019, 07:57 AM   #1
nefosaur
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Default Updated my bin cages with extensions

Hello
A while ago I shared photos of the bin cages my dad and I made for my roborovski sons. Since then we have added extensions and I wanted to share the final result
https://flic.kr/p/RXqKg7
They are made from Really Useful Boxes and the bars are cut from the small Pets at Home cages that the hams came to me in. To attach the extensions we repurposed the connectors from the P@H cages and I bought some Ferplast tubes. They’re bolted on there. I wanted to be able to cap off the bins when moving them and cleaning out, since they’re stacked and I have to unstack them to access the bottom one. It is a good thing robos don’t need cleaning out very often But honestly I’m finding it no problem to unscrew the tubes, cap off and unstack to add new toys etc.

Tools used:
dremel drill with disc blade
standard drill
hole cutter
wire cutters
sandpaper
ruler and sharpie
nuts, washers and bolts
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Old 01-12-2019, 04:36 AM   #2
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Default Re: Updated my bin cages with extensions

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Hello
A while ago I shared photos of the bin cages my dad and I made for my roborovski sons. Since then we have added extensions and I wanted to share the final result
https://flic.kr/p/RXqKg7
They are made from Really Useful Boxes and the bars are cut from the small Pets at Home cages that the hams came to me in. To attach the extensions we repurposed the connectors from the P@H cages and I bought some Ferplast tubes. Theyíre bolted on there. I wanted to be able to cap off the bins when moving them and cleaning out, since theyíre stacked and I have to unstack them to access the bottom one. It is a good thing robos donít need cleaning out very often But honestly Iím finding it no problem to unscrew the tubes, cap off and unstack to add new toys etc.

Tools used:
dremel drill with disc blade
standard drill
hole cutter
wire cutters
sandpaper
ruler and sharpie
nuts, washers and bolts
WHOA!!! This is amazing!! Thank you for sharing!!

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XiaoYao, Hrisha & Winter's human mom.
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