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Posted by chris_harper2 on May 01, 2003 at 18:25:00:

In Reply to: Melamine posted by fhayden1 on May 01, 2003 at 16:46:11:

::Home Depot in my area offers Melamine in 8'X4' sheet.

It's probably 49" x 97" but is listed as 4' x 8'.

::Also they offer 8'X4' sheets of OAK and Birch.

This will make excellent furniture quality cages. I'll post a picture of a cage I built using leftover birch laminated plywood. A much nicer cage could be built from this material, but I was in a hurry and using leftover material. Regardless, the cage looks great and much better in person than in this picture.

::I got a router, circular saw, and a wireless drill. It all came together in a DEWALT Kit.

I built the cage pictured with a circular saw, a straigh-edge, and a cordless drill. Takes longer but it can be done.

::I know Ben Seigal has some listed right now.

I did not see that add. Is it on kingsnake?




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