We are pleased to announce the release of a new 3D Printed frag rack system from Biotek Marine. The new adjustable height legs are designed to securely lock into standard egg crate that is widely used for frag racks everywhere. The IntelliLegs are available in 4 packs and they can connect to the 4 corners of a single sheet of our 2 foot x 2 foot black egg crate. For smaller sized racks the egg crate can simply be cut down to the size of your choosing.
Additionally, each leg can span 2 sheets of egg create to build-out a larger platform. IntelliLegs are available in 4 packs and in 2 different height options. The longer legs are adjustable from 6.5″ to 9,75″ while the shorter legs can adjust between 4.5″ and 5.75″. Also the IntelliLegs were designed to be configurable to use in a double stacked platform configuration. If double stacking corals simply place corals that need less light on the bottom rack and place corals that require more light on the top rack.
Please watch both videos below to get a better understanding of how the IntelliLeg system can benefit your coral farming efforts.
BioTek Marine IntelliLeg Features
- Long legs – adjust in length from 6.5″ – 9.75″
- Short Legs – adjust in length from 4.5″ – 5 3/4″
- Each leg can connect 2 sections egg crate together to make larger platforms.
- Both upper and lower leg portions lock on to included adapters to make a 2 level frag system.
- The lower portion of the leg also mounts into the included base.
- Standard foot design allows for higher water flow without compromising stability.
- High Quality 3D Reef Safe Plastic
Biotek Marine 3D printed products are being developed as a collaboration between Scott Groseclose from Aquarium Specialty and John Rocha. For more information including pricing, please visit Aquarium Specialty. Also if you wish to learn more about products that we are developing and want to learn more about 3D printing then please sign up for our virtual event. The event is taking place on October 1st at 2:00 PM Eastern Time. To register, click the image below and sign up for the event at the top of the Humblefish thread.