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Plexiglass instead of cloroplast?

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Falcon The Lancer

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Plexiglass instead of cloroplast?

ive been playing around with plexiglass lately making PDA casings, i was wondering i i could make a cubes and cloroplast cage with plexiglass instead,

the plexiglass will scratch, im sure about that (i might even buy polycarbonate which is used in bulletproof glass) and i will make it so that the cube sections are inside the cage so the pig cant nibble in the edges.

is a 3 pound pig that was born last may healthy, what is the obese weigth of a piggie?
 
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Re: Plexiglass instead of cloroplast?

I had looked at using plexi glass as I was finding it hard to get hold of Correx (UK version of coroplast). In the end I decided that Correx was cheaper, lighter and way easier to work with.

Mince:D
 
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but does it impose any health hazards?
 

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Re: health

No. Not as long as you keep the SAME approach to sides and ventilation as recommended in the cage spec dimensions. A cage that is too small or walls too high will turn it into an aquarium (bad).
 
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