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Do-It-Yourself Share and learn how to build your own budgie toys, and get ideas for budgie-related projects!

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Old 04-30-2017, 06:47 PM
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Because so many of the bigger stands are so expensive, I made my own training stand!
Parts needed:
1/2" PVC pipe cut to whatever lengths you want
2 1/2" PVC T-joints
2 1/2" PVC 90-degree elbows
4 1/2" PVC end caps to go on the "legs" of the stand
Vet wrap to wrap around the perch area

The dimensions of my stand:
Two long side pieces: 36" each
Middle perch: 18"
4 "legs" extending from the T-joint on the bottom: 7" each

I made this in less than 10 minutes and for less than $15!
It's extremely easy to make. I got the PVC cut at the hardware store. To make it, just stick the two longer pieces that give the stand its height in the bottom part of the T-joint and place the "legs" on the other sides of the T. Cap the ends of the legs. Then put the perch piece in the 90-degree elbow joints and attach to the rest of the stand! Then you can wrap the perch with vet wrap to give it more grip.

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Awesome! Looks like something I could use, if my birds would use one!
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