Eclipse overflow 3D files???

M_norrick

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I have an eshoppes eclipse overflow in my new 125 gallon in wall display. I am looking to raise the water level in the display itself. The only way to do so is A. More flow to display or B block off a portion of the overflow box to achieve desired water level. I have a 3D printer and thought it would be perfect to print "plugs" to block off a portion of the eclipse overflow box to achieve the desired water level. Anyone have access or can create 3D models to help me out? I know it's a stretch but I would really hate to replace my brand new ecotech vectra. I personally don't have the capabilities to create 3D files to use with the printer. Any help is greatly appreciated!
 

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Why not just glue a piece of plexiglass on the inside of the overflow box where you can't see it.
 
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That has crossed my mind and I may possibly do that if I can't get a 3D file.
 

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