Well, found some time to work on it.
Have found a problem with the design. Can you find it?
Here is the tank and the sanding pads I'll use. I won't use all of them but will work my way up to about 3000 grit.
Once I finish sanding, I'll polish the edges with the felt pad below.
After I sanded the tank and polished with the felt, I give it a good once over with Novus 1 polish. Does an excellent job. The acrylic edges are now extremely smooth and clear.
Here's a bad pic of the edges. Although they look white here, it is the flash. They are actually rounded and clear.
Here's another attempt to give you a sense of how they are rounded over.
Here's a shot of the bottom. Notice how clear the edge is?
Here is the Azoo powerhead splitter on the bottom. The idea is to push water through the bottom.
Here's a shot of the tank with the ADA substrate. I'm going to use a little Power Sand Special S and Rio Negro Sand.
This is the bottom with the Power Sand.
Here is the Rio Negro. I will smooth things out now so that we don't have the jagged line between the Power Sand and the Rio Negro.
So, have you figured out what I'm concerned about yet???