Nifty little shade frame

Project A compact custom shade frame was put together to shade a pallet planter filled with sensitive chilli pepper plants. The North facing frame was covered on three sides sides (top, left and front) with a 40% shade netting to reduce the Sun intensity on the exposed sides of the planter. The front netting was left unsecured to allow easy access to the pepper plants. Materials 16m x 20mm PVC Conduit cut to match planter size 8 x 20mm PVC corner connectors (3 way elbow) 40% Shade netting Cable ties

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Photography – Newborn Backdrop Stand

Project Jamie’s Photography backdrop structure was put together with 20mm PVC Conduit (to be upgraded to 25mm), 3 way corners, elbows and t-piece joins. It’s used to hang & stretch backdrops for newborn photo-shoots Materials 25mm PVC Conduit cut as follows 3 x 127cm 4 x 107cm 6 x 51cm 4 x PVC Connector – 3 Way Elbow – 25mm 4 x PVC Connector – 90 degree elbow 25mm 2 x PVC Connector – T-Piece 25mm Gallery Get in touch with Jamie from CNIEL photography to book your own Newborn Photoshoot

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Parrot playground

Project Jamie constructed a low cost PVC playground stand for her African Grey using 20mm conduit, T-pieces, 90 degree elbows and a pair of 4 way cross connectors. Its been fitted various toys and attachments and even has a swing made out of keyring loops and screw-eyes twisted into the conduit Materials ~ 12m of 20mm PVC conduit 12 x 20mm PVC 90 degree Elbows 2 x 20mm PVC 4-way cross 2 x Keyring loops 4 x 30mm screw-eyes Gallery

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Photography Prop – PVC Chair

Project Mikayla (13) finished a quick weekend project making a small & beautiful PVC chair to use as a photography prop for her animals. She first cut a length of 20mm PVC conduit to size and then assembled the chair with a few 20mm pvc T-pieces and elbows. A quick spray paint applied to all of the components, then sowing the ends of the material into loops in order to run the cross bars through and she was done. The project is easy enough scale, and she may follow this project up with a slightly bigger chair for her younger sister. Materials Gallery

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