How did this turn out for you Owl?This is not finished
The water will drip into the pan and roll down the slanted table into a funnel that will direct the water to a britanfilter and then back into the high pressure water mister , making a closed system , I want to use some of he water for the driller system so I have to make a rig but I'm going to be super clever about this.
Looks very nice!After a couple weeks of work I'm just about done with preparing a Carpet Cham's enclosure. Hopefully by the time I'm able to get my carpet the plants have grown to provide more cover. I know substrate is a sin, but everything you see is great stuffed & siliconed down. If it proves to be a problem, everything in here is easily removed. I GS/Siliconed the bottom, I sanded the GS to slope to the middle. The excess water will flow into drain/clear tubing leading to the dump bucket. Fogger is hidden in PVC, DIY magnetic planters are GS/Siliconed with coco. All the vines were DIY including the 1 vine in the middle that looks different than the others. This vine is held by magnets so I can adjust to exactly where he would like to bask if he doesn't use the wood. BTW is a 18x18x36 since carpets are smaller chameleons.
All that remains is installing my mistking & a couple lighting projects. Then keeping an eye on temp/humidity until I'm able to get the carpet I want.
My goal was to build something that didn't look store bought or an eye sore in my home office. I wanted something that was aesthetically pleasing but most importantly provided the cham a perfect habitat. Additionally, it had to be somewhat easy to clean & that everything could be removed if needed.
Thoughts? Ideas? Advice?
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*sigh* Am I the only one who can't build awesome enclosures?