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so here's a little photosession of junk's work:<br />
 
so here's a little photosession of junk's work:<br />
 
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Some simple wood to stick the LED's on!
 
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Some power just for testing purposes... final set will be hooked up to a 3V outputting adapter
 
Some power just for testing purposes... final set will be hooked up to a 3V outputting adapter
 
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Yes You have to stay sharp while working!!
 
Yes You have to stay sharp while working!!
 
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It will be 7 layers thick in the end!
 
It will be 7 layers thick in the end!
 
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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.
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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.
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Latest revision as of 16:17, 4 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:
00001.jpg 00002.jpg
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
00005.jpg 00009.jpg 00011.jpg 00012.jpg
It will be 7 layers thick in the end! 00013.jpg Klaar1.jpg Klaar2.jpg
Klaar4.jpg
And yes it's turned on! Klaar3.jpg
Word after
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.