Printed Reefing Solutions, a new startup, has released a new catalogue of revolutionary marine aquarium accessories. PRS uses 3D printing technology to produce several incredibly cool aquarium equipment, none of which are earth-shattering, but all of which are really useful to the day-to-day operations of the professional reefer. Read this article to know more about several equipment.
You must have seen 3D printed frag plugs before, but Printable Reefing Solutions’ 3D printed frag racks are quite useful and can be customized to match a variety of needs. The open design of the PRS magnetic frag racks makes them very light and transparent to both light and flow, ensuring that your frags are happy both above and below. Because of their small weight, they require far less magnets to hold them up.
Printed Reefing’s Frag Carriers, that are specifically manufactured mini-frag racks that fit inside Tupperware containers for easier transport to and from the frag exchange and reef aquarium events, are an innovative spin on the frag rack.
Coral Frag Sand Stand
These sand stands provide a safe and secure spot for your coral frag plugs on your sand bed. Simply twist the frag plug into the sand bed after inserting it into the stand. That’s all there is to it. These will help prevent your corals from being knocked over by your cleaning team or fish, resulting in coral loss in your tank. Here are some features:
- W: 1.7″ H: 1.3″
- Opening: 0.4″
- Standard Dimensions: W: 1.7″ H: 1.3″
Therefore, use it for safety.
The mushroom cage will keep your mushrooms and other leather corals safe in your aquarium. It has a honeycomb construction with a 0.5″ hole on the bottom that allows the mushroom to self-attach using a frag plug.
The mushroom will be safe after you close the lid, and you won’t have to worry about it drifting away. You should now have a mushroom that has properly adhered itself to the frag plug after some time.
Coral Plug Rock Holders
Many individuals struggle to find the appropriate spot on the rocks and are concerned that their corals will fall out. These rock holders can be placed virtually anywhere on your rock work. Insert the holder into your rock work and slide your frag plug into the aperture. You may also adjust the positioning of your corals at any time with these.
Bristle Worm Trap
Simply insert our bristle worm trap on top of your aquarium substrate or sand (wear gloves) and weight it down with rock or position it beneath rock work. Because it’s composed of plastic, it’ll float away in the stream.
Put a tiny amount of meaty food inside to divert the interest of the hungry guys infesting your tank away from the decaying debris, dead fish, and other trash that they usually eat. To get rid of all your bristle worms, simply leave it in your tank overnight or for a few days.
It is an ideal shelf for storing your Trident and will keep it safe.
Therefore, you must check the website of Printed Reef for more options.