So yesterday I got my shipment of the new MP60 and the Apex wireless module. I needed to upgrade the firmware and the web pages from apex as I was behind one update. Those of you that have not updated recently may want to becase the new pages are live and look like the ones Curt had at MACNA 2012. Here is my status screen as an example:
As you can tell that is
Hope you are excited as I am.
After all the changes, delays, and head scratching the tank should be delivered tomorrow afternoon. I will try to take pictures of what I can. The home for the tank is not finished being prepped, as I was expecting more lead time on knowing the tank's arrival. That said I will have a busy week getting the wall opening and stand leveling properly prepared.
Does anyone know of a store that would carry composite shims? I guess I could
Updated 05-26-2012 at 08:23 AM by Midnight
It's been a very long time since I have updated, so this is well over due.
First things first, due to all of Melev's tank troubles I have had to work with Marineland in resolving some possible issues. As you know I was mimicking Melev's tank design but using my own dimensions. Kevin over at Marineland has been working very hard with me to ensure that all will be ok.
I did give thoughts about scrapping the whole big tank idea, But things just didn't seem proportional.
Not much has happened recently with the tank. I have been super busy doing other things around the house and trying to line up other contractors to get various things done.
Last night Wesley from Metal-Made.com called and said he was picking up the stand from the powder-coater. Wesley built the stand to my exact specs and did a fabulous job. The stand is 72 1/2 x 30 x 47 inches tall. it is built with 1/4 inch 2 x 2 tube except the top is 2 x 3.
On Tuesday the concrete guys showed up to get the aquarium pad done and open up the brick wall.
In preparation I had to move some old electrical and pull a fascia board from the top. To my pleasant surprise the brick stopped short of the ceiling, this meant that we could take down the whole wall and not support upper brick work.
I wasn't able to stay all day so I didn't get