the stand you can either make it with cubes or put it on a table . The coroplast is corogates plastic
Measure the
length and
width of the
inside of the enclosure See the see yellow lines in the photo. Remember to allow space for the connectors (measure from the inner edge of the connectors). The box will sit inside them.
With 14" grids, the measurements should be:
41" x 27" for a 2 x 3 grid cage
56" x 27" for a 2 x 4 grid cage
71" x 27" for a 2 x 5 grid cage
84" x 27" for a 2 x 6 grid cage
Add 12 inches to the length and width for cutting dimension Add 12 inches to the length and width for a
6 inch wall all the way round. This gives you the outer dimensions to cut (photo is just to give you a perspective). If the cage is going against a wall, you may want to make the back wall 12 inches high to help prevent hay spillage. In that case, you'll add a total of 18 inches to the original measurement from above, for one 12" side.
So,using the above measurements, you should get:
53" x 39" for a 2 x 3 grid cage
68" x 39" for a 2 x 4 grid cage
83" x 39" for a 2 x 5 grid cage
96" x 39" for a 2 x 6 grid cage
(96" is a full sheet length-8 feet)
Measure and
Mark and
Cut the
Coroplast Measure and mark the Coroplast (using a tape measure, yardstick and pen). Cut it to the outer dimensions with the scissors or box cutter. A pair of heavy duty scissors or a box cutter is easier than regular scissors, but you can still use regular scissors.
Cut lines depend on how big of a sheet you are starting with (partial sheet shown).