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    I guess if it really costs $80 or $100 to build, then paying $200 or so for a print washer and having someone else do all the labour is not excessive...

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    But then you lose the whole DIY satisfaction. Its inspired me to build my own.
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    I'm another inspired reader. Thanks for posting.
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    By using an aquarium, you can also use an aquarium pump and filtration system to circulate and filter the water. One other item that can be used for the dividers is the plastic florescent light panels sold in hardware stores. There are many patterns, some are just grids, while others have different textured surfaces. The panels can be cut with a hacksaw or tin snips to fit the size of the aquarium.

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