have you ever done the back and two sides ever for backgrounds can they special make them so there go big from the back and narrow in the front if your doing it on the sides
You would have to cut the background in several pieces and re-assemble in the tank. To be honest, I really don't know much about acrylic. I believe there are some silicone that are better suited for acrylic then others. I think your best bet here is to ask someone that work with it, perhaps the manufacturer itself.any thing to look back on. i might be doing this so ill be contacting you . would it be hard to do with acrylic tank with only two foot for holes for opening to get them in a 72 inch tank . is there a silicon that is good for this back ground and acrylic
I have never done it that way myself but several of my customers have. You can barely tell where the seams are, and if you don't know they are there, you wont even notice them. Once you get some algae growth it will be even more difficult to see them.should be ok to cut in three pieces would that look goofy .
I have a canyon (brown) background that I purchased from Patrick. I cut it into 3 pieces to fit it into my tank. I used Black silicone to glue it back together. Just feathered out the silicone/Finger painted it. It just looks like it is supposed to be there, just added shading and darker parts to the rock.should be ok to cut in three pieces would that look goofy .