I feel like the craftsmanship is pretty dang good with it! There are a few seams that had what looks like some acrylic "puddles" only on the inside. But it won't affect anything at all as it won't be a bare bottom, rather it have extra acrylic glue vs not enough. No cracks, no scratches, and it's crystal clear! Also it's perfectly level!I be guessing that everything is honky dory with it?
This is my first acrylic tank! Looks great!I love acrylic, it's my tank of choice. The tank I have now is 28 years old and looks as good as new Rotherham then some minor crazing on the bottom edge but nothing really noticeable. Plus weight is always a plus.
Yep that's exactly what we did, 3/4 inch plywood top, and 3/4 inch insulation board to help with any imperfections in plywoodSo long as you have the stand level and solid bottom you should be fine. That thickness probably wouldn't sage from weight, but best to have solid top on stand.
if you need drains to go though, just cut a small area to accommodate.