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<br /> And yes it's turned on!
 
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Only the day after is started this project I came to the conclusion that I did it totally wrong! Instead of sticking the leds on thin wood I should have drilled holes thru the wood and sold them! This would have saved ALOT of time! Now i had to stick the leds onto the wood, sold them, get all the wooden strips together. If i had just drilled holes thru some wood it would have saved me the trouble of sticking it all together and make some hard connections.
 
Only the day after is started this project I came to the conclusion that I did it totally wrong! Instead of sticking the leds on thin wood I should have drilled holes thru the wood and sold them! This would have saved ALOT of time! Now i had to stick the leds onto the wood, sold them, get all the wooden strips together. If i had just drilled holes thru some wood it would have saved me the trouble of sticking it all together and make some hard connections.
 
Ahwell I guess you have to start and try stuff in order to learn. Next time I will think twice before I start another project.
 
Ahwell I guess you have to start and try stuff in order to learn. Next time I will think twice before I start another project.

Revision as of 20:37, 1 January 2010

So... After getting his first Solderlesson from master Fish_ junk was ready to try something new! After realizing his room was a pretty dark place (not only because of the huge amounts of dust!) he decided to create a lamp for his room. He saw a Philips lamp in the shop and thought that it would be possible to create one himself & also a lot cheaper!!
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so here's a little photosession of junk's work:
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Some simple wood to stick the LED's on! 00003.jpg 00004.jpg 00006.jpg
Some power just for testing purposes... final set will be hooked up to a 3V outputting adapter 00007.jpg
Yes You have to stay sharp while working!! 00008.jpg
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It will be 7 layers thick in the end! 00013.jpg Klaar1.jpg Klaar2.jpg
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And yes it's turned on! Klaar3.jpg
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Only the day after is started this project I came to the conclusion that I did it totally wrong! Instead of sticking the leds on thin wood I should have drilled holes thru the wood and sold them! This would have saved ALOT of time! Now i had to stick the leds onto the wood, sold them, get all the wooden strips together. If i had just drilled holes thru some wood it would have saved me the trouble of sticking it all together and make some hard connections. Ahwell I guess you have to start and try stuff in order to learn. Next time I will think twice before I start another project.