Introduction: Jaula Para Conejos / Cage or Hutch for Rabbits

Jaula para Conejos
Materiales. Cantidad Materials. quantity

Listones Madera (2,5x8x60) cms. 8 Wood slats

Listones Madera (2,5x8x46,6) cms. 4 Wood slats

Listones Madera (2,5x1,5x60) cms 10 Wood slats

Listones Madera (2,5x2,5x33) cms 6 Wood slats

Listones Madera (2,5x2,5x41,6) cms 6 Wood slats

Tornillos 1 1/2 Pulgadas Screws 1 1/2 Inches

Tornillos 2 Pulgadas Screws 2 Inches

malla Pollito. 1 mts. Chicken mesh. 1 mts.

Alambre. Wire.

Par de bisagras. Pair of hinges.

Step 1: Piso Jaula / Cage Floor

*Primero hacer piso de la jaula, usando 2 Listones Madera 2,5x2,5x41,6 cms, colocar los 10 listones de madera (2,5x1,5x60 cms) separados a 1,5.

* First make cage floor, using 2 cms 2,5x2,5x41,6 Wood Slats, place 10 wooden slats (2,5x1,5x60 cms) spaced 1.5.

Step 2: Paredes Laterales / Side Walls

*Colocar listones de madera (2,5x8x60 cms) laterales separados a 2 cms o a 1.5 cms. Colocar primer uno abajo y luego el de arriba y luego los que siguen se separan.

*Colocar 4 Listones Madera 2,5x8x33 cms. Verticalmente. Y 2 Listones Madera 2,5x2,5x41,6 Horizontalmente.

* Place wood slats (2,5x8x60 cms) side spaced 2 cm or 1.5 cm. Place first one down and then up and then those that follow are separated.

* Use 4 Slats Wood 2,5x8x33 cms. Vertically. Y 2 Slats Wood 2,5x2,5x41,6 horizontally.

Step 3: Pared Posterior / Rear Wall

*Colocar listones de madera ( 2,5x8x46,6 cms) en la parte posterior separados a 2 cms .

* Place wood slats (2,5x8x46,6 cms) on the back separated 2 cms.

Step 4: Finalizando.

*Hacer la puerta de la jaula con 2 Listones Madera 2,5x2,5x41,6 y 2 listones Madera 2,5x8x33 cms.
*Forrar con la malla.

*Colocar bisagras.

* Make the cage door with 2 Slats Wood Wood slats 2,5x2,5x41,6 2,5x8x33 and 2 cms.
* Covered with the mesh.

* Place hinges.

Espero les haya gustado y que les sirva de referencia como a mi. Gracias!!

I hope you liked and serve them as my reference. Thank You !!

Comments

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parisusa (author)2016-03-21

This hutch is FAR too small for healthy happy rabbits. Cruel!

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intecomca (author)parisusa2016-03-23

Hi, thanks for your comment, for home users traders can small considering them, but if they were in nature their burrows are smaller, have no rabbits to pet, prove to be a small player, and cages the design to avoid strés them while they are there and the intention of the post is to show other reprodutores or home users who want to design their cages, I give the floor measures to prevent evil rabbit leg and decrease strés. (Which I have worked for me). Goodbye!

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Fafhrd (author)2015-02-19

Interesting. I've always used 1/2 by 1 inch weld wire mesh for the floor. This seems better as it work work for the "Giant" breeds which usually need a solid floor to help prevent sore hocks.

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intecomca (author)Fafhrd2016-03-23

Hi, thanks for your comment, wooden floor prevents bad leg in rabbits, the rabbits have reproduced are the New Zealand and the Panda, I commented that the New Zealand looked the cage but Panda will bite the floor, so that depending on the breed of rabbit perhaps he can add a thin mesh to protect the floor, Goodbye!

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MsSweetSatisfaction (author)2015-02-08

Daw what cute lucky bunnies, and I love the bilingual instructable! Welcome to instructables!

author

Gracias! ... la traduccion es cortesia de google ;-) mi idioma es español. Pero el conocimiento debe ser universal, espero le ayude a alguien. para conseguir las medidas minimas y funcional, hice 3 jaulas, debido a que la separacion maxima recomendada es 1,5 cm (poco mas de 1/2 pulgada) asi no se lastiman las patas.

Thank You! ... Translation is courtesy of google;-) My language is Spanish. But knowledge must be universal, I hope to help someone. to get the minimum and functional measures, I made 3 cages, because the recommended maximum separation is 1.5 cm (just over 1/2 inch) so no legs hurt.

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