Ellery Wong

Ellery is a mechanical systems engineer at a Fortune 500 technology company. He has automation experience in the automotive, appliance, printing and robotics industries as a product development professional but also has over 25 years of saltwater aquarium experience as a hobbyist. He currently maintains a 7 tank / 510 gallon SPS/LPS/Mixed systems. DIY is his forte!

Recent Blog Posts

The Great Reset: Breaking Down or Refreshing a System

The Great Reset: Breaking Down or Refreshing a System

Every few years the reef aquarium may need to be reset. The reasons why can vary. It can be due to any of the following: Coral overgrowth due to lack of trimming Disease or Pest infestation Change in direction of the system due to maintenance, cost, or interest Just...

Product Review: CoraLife Aqua Gloves

Product Review: CoraLife Aqua Gloves

For years I have limited my tanks to "armpit deep".  The primary reason is because of serviceability and didn't want to get my sleeves wet.  Typically, if it is difficult to do it will not be done.  For over 25 years I never wore any gloves due to convenience.  I was...

3D Printed Reef Innovations: the Frag Shipper

3D Printed Reef Innovations: the Frag Shipper

2 years ago I wrote an article outlining how 3D printing is intertwining with the aquarium hobby.  As a mechanical engineer, maker, and reef hobbyist I appreciate seeing others with similar backgrounds innovate and share their designs. It is an extension of the...

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