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    Default New Crestie Enclosure Just Finished!

    Here is a crested gecko enclosure i have been working on for about 2 weeks now. It is made of red oak with the minwax stain color "red oak" I used a table saw to router out the edges of the side window and door pieces before i nailed them together so that the glass is inlayed and flush with the interior edge of the wood frames. The interior floor is lined with vinyl sheet flooring so hopefully cleanup should be really easy The dimensions are approximately 18"x18"x30" which comes out to roughly 40 gallons. I also made a rockwall to go on the back of it but it isnt dry yet so i havent put it in there.

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    It looks good! But I am seeing one small problem. If you don't have screen in the top of the enclosure, I don't think there will be enough airflow. That's not a good thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ink_scorpion View Post
    It looks good! But I am seeing one small problem. If you don't have screen in the top of the enclosure, I don't think there will be enough airflow. That's not a good thing.
    yeah, the top of the cage is 1/4" galvanized steel mesh trimmed out with red oak 1x2.

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    OK, then as long as your cage allows air exchange, you should be good. You did a nice job, both with the cage and with the back.
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