Discussion in 'D.I.Y.' started by Pierre07, Feb 25, 2013.
must be taller than that bud. you wont get anything in there.
Cabinet 1200 x 450 x 700 high built from 22mm mdf "supawood" with similar finishes R2850
Cabinet 900 x 450 x 700 high built from 22mm mdf with similar finishes R2650
Cabinet 600 x 300 x 700 high built from 16mm mdf with similar finishes R1450
I think this is a steel for the amount of Labour going into these cabinets
What must be taller, the cabinet?
ya. else you wont fit anything inside.
loyd i think you read his post wrong. he said his tank is 1200x400x600H, so he will have to look for a cabinet of 1200x400x700H.
Thank you and what height would you recommend?
On a 600 high cabinet you will have a opening of 436mm and 536 inside the cabinet in hight. So a 2kg CO2 canister wouldn't fit inside the cabinet.
The fire extinguisher guy told me I could place the C02 cylinder at an angle if necessary, but not lees than say 60'..
that would look gross!
Surely it's only you that looks in the cabinet unless you are keeping your secrets from us ..
Just don't go C02 with this tank...there's a challenge !
my skin crawls just thinking about it.
My cabinet is 810mm high and the tank 640mm looks flippen good but not a combination for the vertically challenged
I would say 700 high is a all-around good hight to go
I'm sommer green with envy
Please excuse the dirty floor, bad pics and odds laying around. still finishing up the Gallery room
HOWEVER...................! please let me introduce my two new babies!! whoooop whoooop
Nice cabinets!! So where is the 90P and 120P?
Very smart, bud !
Are you sure you don't need a few more blue sponges ?
What is the silver printer/bling bread bin ... ok see it's the ADA mat... you got all the toys so invite some friends over and start playing
im building them
bwahaha.. its my 2kg CO2 mock up
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