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2v Standard Geodesic Dome "Hubs Only" Kit

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2v Standard Geodesic Dome "Hubs Only" Kit - $130.00

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Standard 4" Hub

2v Standard Geodesic Dome "Hubs Only" Kit


This kit will build a 10', 13', 16' or 20' diameter 2v Geodesic Dome.

Standard 4" Hub


This kit comes with our "Standard Hubs", which allows one layer of Greenhouse Plastic, Tarp, or Chicken Wire to be stretched over the outside of the dome. Click Here to view this kit with "Dual Covering Hubs" which allows two layers of Greenhouse Plastic to be attached, one on the inside, and one on the outside of the dome. Click Here to learn more about the difference between our Standard and Dual Covering Hubs.

This "Hubs Only" Kit comes with everything necessary to build a 2v Geodesic Dome, except the struts. No struts are included with this package.

The "Hubs Only" Kit contains instruction on how to cut your own struts from 1" Schedule 40 PVC pipe, which you can purchase at Lowes or Home Depot and save money.

The "Hubs Only" Kit will included a printed copy of our 2v Dome Construction Manual, which includes Detailed Instructions on How to Cut Your Own Struts.

We also have an online video on "How to Cut Your Own Struts", as well as "How to Build a 2v Geodesic Dome."


Customer Reviews for the 2v Geodesic Dome Hubs Only Kit

Martin Hornfischer - "We are very happy with it. Setting it up was easy, there was never a question." Click to read review

Salvador Delarosa - "I got the dome and have set it up twice so far." Click to read review

Steve Miller - "Took it camping at Burning Man where it worked like a dream couldn't have been more happy!" Click to read review

Ed Weschler - "Thank you again for helping me with this project." Click to read review

Mark Leathers - "10 Foot dome on a 3 foot knee wall." Click to read review

Mary Klinghard - "I just wanted to say thank you so much for helping us out with the dome for the high school student we have been working with." Click to read review

Steven Myers - "And putting the dome together was a snap." Click to read review

Tim Reisdorf - "Thank you for your business. You have a great idea and a wonderful product." Click to read review

William Randazzo - "Eleven Pictures of the Dome Build" Click to read review

Amanda Bohl - "Easy to move and protective enough against night-time predators." Click to read review

Click Here to See a Complete List of Our Customer Reviews

2v Standard Geodesic Dome "Hubs Only" Kit - $130.00

This kit will let you build a 10', 13', 16' or 20' diameter Geodesic Dome.


2v Geodesic Dome


This package will build a 10', 13', 16' or 20' wide geodesic dome.

  • 6 Red 5-way Hubs
  • 20 Blue 6-way Hubs
  • 26 Center Rings
  • 200 Heavy Duty 120 Lb Nylon Zip Ties (130 needed for construction, plus 70 extra Zip Ties)
  • Assembly Instruction Manual
  • Suitable for 1" PVC Struts up to 6' in length that you can cut yourself.
  • Our Geodesic Dome Hubs are made for 1" PVC. If you are building with 1" or 3/4" EMT Conduit, email us at and we will specially manufacture your hubs to fit your 1" or 3/4" EMT struts at no extra charge.
This item is in stock, and will ship out the next business day.

All parts guaranteed with replacement for two (2) years from date of purchase.

All Parts Are Made In USA


2v Standard Geodesic Dome "Hubs Only" Kit Contents:


6 Red 5-way Standard Geodesic Dome Hubs


20 Blue 6-way Standard Geodesic Dome Hubs


26 Center Rings


200 120lb Nylon Zip Ties for Dome Construction


Cutting Your Own Struts

To support our "Hubs Only" kits, we have produced a DIY video, "How to Make Your Own Geodesic Dome Struts."

Common Strut Lengths are:


10' 2v Dome:

35 Blue (A) Struts - 3' 4"

30 Red (B) Struts - 2' 11 - 3/8"


13' 2v Dome:

35 Blue (A) Struts - 4' 0"

30 Red (B) Struts - 3' 6 - 1/2"


25' 3v 3/8 Dome:

50 Blue "A" Struts - 5' 0"

40 Yellow "B" Struts - 4' 10 - 3/4"

30 Red "C" Struts - 4' 2 - 3/4"

16' 2v Dome:

35 Blue (A) Struts - 5' 0"

30 Red (B) Struts - 4' 5"


20' 2v Dome:

35 Blue (A) Struts - 6' 0"

30 Red (B) Struts - 5' 3-5/8"


25' 3v 5/8 Dome:

80 Blue "A" Struts - 5' 0"

55 Yellow "B" Struts - 4' 10 - 3/4"

30 Red "C" Struts - 4' 2 - 3/4"


Use our Dome Calculators to determine the correct strut lengths for other dome sizes.

In our Dome Calculators, the Blue Struts are always the longest strut. Enter your longest strut in the Blue Strut column.

For best results, the longest strut should not be more than 5' long. with an absolute maximum length of 6' 8".

If you have questions, please call us at (931) 858-6892 and we will be glad to help you.


Our Guarantee

  (1) We guarantee to replace any defective part for two (2) years from date of purchase.

  (2) Lifetime Customer Support. Call us at (931) 858-6892 and we will answer any question, or resolve any problem you have with our products.


Customer Reviews of our Geodesic Dome Kits

Geodesic Greenhouse Domes

  1. Matthew Toth, Molalla, OR - 2v Geodesic Greenhouse with Kneewall and Vent

  2. Gene Hersey, Stevens Point, WI - 24' Dome from 3v 5/8 Geodesic Dome "Hubs Only" Kit

  3. Aaron Bates - 2v Geodesic Dome "Dual Covering Hubs Kit" with Shrink Wrap

  4. Bill Lamerdin, Reno, NV - 20' 3v 3/8 Greenhouse Dome with Solar Powered Fan

  5. Nathan Byrd - 16' Dual Covering Dome with Kneewall for Greenhouse

  6. Mark Leathers, Rolla, MO - 2V Dome with 3' Knee Wall and Door Frame

  7. Martin Fitzpatrick, Hillsborough, NC - 25' 3/8 3v Greenhouse Dome Kit

  8. Heather Lucero, Great Falls, MT - 16' Geodesic Greenhouse Dome Kit

  9. Amy Boortz, Chickamauga, GA - Geodesic Greenhouse - 3v 3/8 Std Hubs Only Kit

  10. Paul White, Kingston, RI - 13' Camouflaged Dome for Storage Building

  11. Tim Nicholson - 25' 3v 5/8 Standard and Dual Covering Dome kits for Aviary and Greenhouse

  12. Dave Doucette, Hamlin, NY - 24 foot 3 Frequency "Hubs Only" Package

  13. William Randazzo, Roseville, MI - Painted 2V Greenhouse Dome Build Sequence

  14. Franc Stratton, Smyrna TN - Greenhouse Dome (My first customer, and my friend!)

  15. Jeff Mabbitt - 25' 3v 5/8 Greenhouse Dome


Geodesic Swimming Pool Covers / Trampoline Covers / Fish Tank Covers / Pond Covers

  1. Tracy Crichton, Gainesville, FL - 16' 2v Geodesic Swimming Pool Cover

  2. Therese Melena, Ina, IL - 3v 5/8 Geodesic Swimming Pool Enclosure

  3. Benjamin from Indiana - Geodesic Swimming Pool Cover

  4. Kristi Costa - 16' 2v Dome for Covering Trampoline in Winter

  5. Gary Burtle, Tifton, GA - Aquaponics Fish Tank Cover - 2v Std Hubs Only Kit

  6. Dale Stalter, Rockford MI - Fish Pond Covering Dome


Art Domes / Presentation Domes

  1. Dennis Love, Austin, TX - 2v "Hubs Only" Kit for Halloween Mausoleum.

  2. Tim Nelsen, Prescott Valley, AZ - Mandala Art Display and Meditation Dome

  3. Christoph Draeger, Umeå Academy of Fine Arts, Sweden - Geodesic Dome for Kunstmuseum Chur in Switzerland

  4. Jenny Muskopf, Oakland CA - 16' 2v Greenhouse Kit for Student Art / Meditation Dome

  5. Diana Reichenbach, Baltimore, MD - 2v Silo Dome for FullDome Planetarium Immersive Animation Exhibit

  6. Gene Harrison, New York, NY - 2v Super Hubs Dome with Light Show

  7. Eliza Bernatowicz, Poznan, Poland - 3v 5/8 Light Painting Art Dome

  8. Adelle Lin, New York, NY - Art Dome using 1/4" Plywood Panels for Exhibit in Berlin, Germany

  9. Matan Gill - 25' 3V 3/8 EcoDome for Nebraska State Fair

  10. Owen Lane - Art Exhibit using the 16' Geodesic Dome Kit

  11. Matthew Koscica, Artist - Art Presentation Dome

  12. Selina Rosales - Art Dome for Alzheimer's Diseasea Awareness


Burning Man / Festival Domes

  1. Mary Beth Panagos - 25' wide "Substance Free" Shelter at Burning Man Events

  2. Jim Sutton, Texas - Geodesic "Death Star" That Rotates with Laser for High School Prom

  3. Tommy Bairstow - Geodesic Event Dome at Yosemite National Park and Other Places

  4. Stephanie Shaw, Medina, OH - 2v Half-Dome for a Max Max "Thunderdome" Party

  5. Amie Rae Uittenbogaard, Nicholasville, KY - 16' 2v Greenhouse Kit for a Festival Art Dome

  6. Heather Billiot - 2v Burning Man Dome - with Glowing Neon Tubes!

  7. Santiago Ripley, San Bruno, CA - Geodesic Festival Dome - 3v 3/8 and 5/8 Std Hubs Only Kit

  8. Doug Darin - Burning Man Festival Tent - 2v Std Hubs Only Kit

  9. Salvador Delarosa - 2v Hubs Only Kit for Event Dome

  10. Steve Miller - 2v Hubs Only Kit for "Burning Man" Event Dome

  11. Raymond Castaneda - Go, Santa Monica, CA - Painted Event Dome


Video Projection Domes

  1. Ryan Houser, Raleigh, NC - 16' Geodesic Dome for a Backyard Projector Theater


Geodesic Silo Domes

  1. Mario Lozano, Naples, FL - 13' Geodesic Silo Dome to Cover Fruit Trees

  2. Diana Reichenbach, Baltimore, MD - 2v Silo Dome for FullDome Planetarium Immersive Animation Exhibit

  3. Samiyah White - 2v Silo Dome on Lake Havasu, Needles, CA


Sheep Shelter Domes / Goat Shelters

  1. Jason Lowe - 16' Geodesic Sheep Shelter Kit

  2. Tim Riesdorf - Geodesic Dome for Housing Goats


Heavy Duty Geodesic Shelter Domes with 1.5" PVC Pipe

  1. Norman Burkhart, Ramona, CA - 20' 3v 5/8 Geodesic Shelter Dome "Super Hubs Kit"

  2. Mary Beth Panagos - 25' wide "Substance Free" Shelter at Burning Man Events

  3. MTSU - 25' 3v 5/8 Geodesic Dome for Drone and 10' Domes for Spider Habitat Research

  4. Dick V.S., Costa Rica - 6" Super Hubs Kit for Building Concrete Domes

  5. Super Hubs Load Test Video - 16' Silo Dome, 12' tall


School Projects

  1. Todd Burleson - Winnetka Public Schools Foundation, Winnetka, IL

  2. Christy Buchanan - 16' Greenhouse for Special Needs Children - Ridgeway, SC

  3. Middle Tennessee State University, 16' Dome Build, Murfreesboro, TN

  4. David Polak - 4v Geodesic Dome, St. Catherine's School, Richmond VA

  5. Mary Klinghard, HATPonics - Geodesic Greenhouse for Education

  6. Cyd Smillie - 16' Greenhouse for Chicago Public Schools Food Science Class

  7. Eric Patton - 16' Geodesic Dome for Science Class

  8. Ed Weschler - Science Project for School


Technology / Other

  1. MTSU - Geodesic Domes for Drone and Spider Habitat Research

  2. Allyson Packer - Geodesic Ice Fishing Hut on Frozen Lake

  3. Marc Perea, San Benito Marching Band - 13' Geodesic Dome

  4. Steven Myers, Austin, TX - 3D Scanner Dome

  5. Philip Seagraves - Geodesic Bath Hut

  6. Debbie Gleason - Georgia Southern University Museum Technology Exhibit

  7. John Thompson - 3v 5/8 Hubs Only Kit using 3/4" EMT Conduit Struts

  8. Julian Lines, Mt Tremper, NY - Hubs Only Package



  1. Richard Gutierrez - Zululand AIDS Orphan Project, South Africa

  2. Leigh Block - Free Domes for Sheltering Homeless People

  3. Christopher Dakin - Dome for Astronomical Society, United Kingdom



12 Reasons to Purchase Our Geodesic Chicken Coop Kits



No tools are required for assembling our Geodesic Dome Kits. Just use the 120 lb Heavy Duty Zip Ties to connect the struts to the hubs. The instructions are easy, and the struts are pre-cut and guaranteed to fit perfectly.

This is better than building a wooden structure, where you need a drill, a power screwdriver, a skill saw to cut your struts, and a table saw to split your 2x4s into 2x2s. You also need the carpentry skills to use these tools, and all 10 of your fingers!

No Tools Required to Build the Geodesic Dome Kit.



The Geodesic Dome Design is rugged and sturdy. You may build a rectangular structure out of PVC pipe, but you will not be able to do a chin-up on them, as shown in our Load Test video. Our domes are very sturdy!

The other PVC chicken coop designs use PVC joints that are meant for plumbing, not construction. These plumbing joints crack and break due to the leverage placed on them by the rectangular design in a standard PVC chicken coop. If you drag a rectangular PVC coop long enough, the plumbing joints will become loose.

"PVC Geodesic Dome Load Test"

No other PVC Chicken Coop is this strong!

Our Geodesic Chicken Coops use interlocking triangles connected together with our patented hub design. Our hubs are designed to be flexible and not crack, and are specifically made for construction, not plumbing. We use UV Resistant 120 lb Heavy Duty Zip Ties, with all parts guaranteed for 2 years.



Our Geodesic Chicken Coops are lightweight and easy to move. The 11' Geodesic Chicken Coop is only 83 lbs in weight, and is easy to drag across the ground. The dome rests on rounded hubs, which keeps the struts above the ground so they won't snag on objects. This makes it easy to slide across the ground.

Now compare this to a chicken coop that has wooden or PVC struts resting directly on the ground.

Round Hubs On the Bottom Make Our Chicken Coop Easy to Move.

Every rock, every clump of grass, and every lump of soil, will hang up against the edge of the bottom struts when you try to move it. A wooden chicken coop can weigh over 200 lbs, which makes it difficult for most people to even lift up one end, much less drag it over rough ground. You need a farm tractor, an ATV, or a team of mules to move these coops, and you will find it is more trouble than it is worth to move your coop every day. You need a lightweight Geodesic Chicken Coop to encourage you to move your chickens every day.



Our Geodesic Chicken Coops are made from PVC plastic, and will not rot or come apart.

All wooden coops that are in contact with the wet ground will ultimately rot. PVC coops made with plumbing joints will crack and wobble until the plumbing joints come apart. Our Geodesic Chicken Coops with our patented hub design are guaranteed for 2 years from rotting, breaking, or any other defect.



You can disassemble our Geodesic Chicken coop if you need to move it to storage or for a long-distance move.

Just use wire cutters to clip all of the zip ties, and the Geodesic Chicken Coop easily disassembles, as seen in our video "How to Take Down a 16 Foot Dome".

This is not true with a wooden coop, or a PVC coop that is glued together with plumbing joints. You will have to destroy the coop to collapse it for storage or for a long-distance move.

"How to Take Down a 16 Foot Dome"

Cut the Zip Ties, and the Coop is Easy to Take Apart.



With our Geodesic hub design, the hubs on the ground keep the bottom struts about 2" off the ground, yet the chicken wire is stretched tightly and attached to the bottom of each hubs to keep predators from coming under the struts. With this setup, if you run over your chickens while pulling your coop, the chickens will roll under the struts and then under the chicken wire and will most likely live.

With standard coops where the struts are dragging directly on the ground, your chickens will have a greater injury and may be crushed by the weight of the coop if they get caught underneath the coop when you move it.

The bottom struts are 2" off the ground, with the chicken wire tightly stretched across the space from the bottom of each hub. This keeps the predators out, yet does not injure the chicken while moving the dome.



Our Geodesic Chicken Coops are round, and have no corners for crowding and smothering.

For a rectangular coop, smothering is a real problem, as chickens will pile up in the corners and smother themselves.

This is the only Chicken Coop that does not have a corner where your chickens can smother themselves.

There is no corner in a Geodesic Dome.



Our Geodesic Chicken Coops are large enough to be effective. Other types of coops are too small, and can only hold 4-8 chickens. If the other coop designs are big enough to hold more chickens, then they are too heavy to move.

Our 10' Geodesic Chicken Coop has 91 square feet of floor space to hold 20-45 chickens, yet weighs only 83 lbs. The 16' dome has 205 square feet and can hold 50 to 100 chickens, yet weighs 113 lbs.

50 Cornish Hens in 16' Geodesic Chicken Coop, with plenty of room.



Our Geodesic Chicken Coop kits come with a swinging door, and it is large enough to let you walk inside the coop and work with your individual chickens without crawling.

Other coops are too small to enter standing up, and you may have to crawl on your hands and knees through chicken poop to capture an individual chicken.

It is easy to stand up and walk inside our Geodesic Chicken Coop.

Other portable coops are so low to the ground that you will have to wait until after nightfall when the chickens are asleep to capture an individual chicken. Otherwise, when you open the top of a small chicken coop during the daytime, the chickens will fly out!

You need to be able to work with your chickens at any time of the day, without crawling through chicken poop. You need a Geodesic Chicken Coop from Zip Tie Domes.



Our Geodesic Coops have multiple uses. If you sell all of your chickens and want a greenhouse, just take off the chicken wire and put on greenhouse plastic.

Other rectangular coops cannot do this, as they cannot shed water from the greenhouse plastic in the middle of the coop. The water will pool up in the middle of the roof, and collapse the structure.

With our Geodesic Chicken Coop, the natural curve of the geodesic design will easily shed water from the greenhouse plastic.

Replace the chicken wire with plastic, and you have a greenhouse.



The spherical design of the Geodesic Chicken Coop is strong, like an egg shell. What a great place to raise chickens!

And the strength of the Geodesic Chicken Coop makes it versatile enough to use year-round. To winterize your dome, just put a tarp or plastic sheet over it, then put hay down on the ground. When the hay gets dirty, move the dome. (By moving the dome year round, it makes it very hard for the dome to harbor mites or other pests, which is common problem for all other chicken coops.)

Just wire a plastic container to the inside of the dome for a nesting box.

To make perches, hang 1/2" PVC pipe from the ceiling. For a nest box, hang a plastic container from the side of the dome, and fill it with hay. Since the Geodesic Chicken Coop is strong enough to do a chin-up on, installing hanging chicken waterers from the roof will not be a problem.



The Best Price Per Square Foot

The 16' Geodesic Chicken Coop has 205 square feet of floor space for 50 or more chickens.

At $365.00 this is $1.78 a square foot.

When you buy a roll of 4' x 150' chicken wire at your local store for $62.00, the cost comes out to $2.08 a square foot.

This is the best value per square foot for any moveable Chicken Coop.


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