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"The Dancing Banana Man"
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ok ok ..
i am in SO much pain..
those sheets of acylic weight a lot, one fell on me, cutting them is a bitch.

I am having fun but arg! TAKE YOUR TIME!!!!!!!
 

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"The Dancing Banana Man"
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hmmm


Sorry to say, thats not my ass, thats my white shirt under my yellow one.

My shop was 45 degrees, and we had four blowers moving air to push the dust out side
 

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What were the dimensions of the acrylic and how much did it cost you? Looks like you got yourself a lot of acrylic for alotta big tankage.
 

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Wow, you are actually doing it! Awesome man, keep us informed on your progress, take a lot of pics, and more importantly write about your experience. Should make a wicked good tutorial.
 

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"The Dancing Banana Man"
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yea its a big tank 8ftx4ftx2ft at 150 a sheet. 288 gals, however mind is going to be 178 gals.
 

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wow looks fricken exciting!!! what kind of bandsaw blade is required to cut that kind of material, and how thick is the acrylic hope everthing goes smooth
 

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is that your lover by chance helping you ..how nice...j/k..nice i hope all turns out right..and i bet its a bitch heavy and stinky
 

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I Have No Fish but I Have Japanese Girls On My Ava
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bobme said:
hmmm


Sorry to say, thats not my ass, thats my white shirt under my yellow one.
Wow, your acutally going through making a tank!! Not only are you showing us your inspiration of making a tank, but also with one of our new smilies.
 

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Kudos to you, keep up the good work, if you are in pain have your g/f give you a backrub.
 

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Wow, you killed your table saw...thats the first Ive ever heard of a table saw dying. We've had our for about 30+ years. Its still goin strong. We cut everything from wood to plexiglass, etc. The only thing that weve had to replace is the blade of course. Nevertheless, it looks like its coming along smoothly. Good luck!!
 
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