Help with hexagon shaped aquarium stand
I'm fairly new to the site but leading a bunch and I've done a lot of basic work with wood in the past.
I'm currently building a tank stand for my new aquarium which would have been pretty easy except this aquarium is shaped like half a hexagon so it has some weird angles or ones I'm not use to dealing with anyway (30degree and 15degree)
I was just wanting to see everyone's thoughts and ideas on this project. My plan for now is to use dowels for those angles, mainly because I dont have many tools or the budget to add any big power tools, I do have a circular saw and a chop saw but not much else, just found info on how to make a cheap and quick dowel center I'm going to do tonight.
The first pic below is the design im copying off of but making changes for my needs. Then some pics of the tank and The top and bottom frame ive cut but not joined and a pic of one of the legs. In going To face the entire thing except back in 3/4" birch.
Thanks in advance for any and all of your help.