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    Tribal dragon... (updated)

    Well here is the fruit of a few hours of laybour with a dremmel...





    Well i have had my share of grumpyness over this tghing. i fanaly got some diodes into the plexi and boy do i hate thermalt takes case design on the doors...
    it is virtually imposible to get the plexi 2 fit with the diodes in it....

    well here is the result without the back ligth..

    Greets dwmc :!:

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    Tribal dragon... (updated)

    opinions are welcome...

    And im must apologise for my spelling...

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    Tribal dragon... (updated)

    Nice etching, I like your dragon. A little edge lighting would set the dragon off beautimus. Give it a try. Just drill some small holes in the edge of the plexy and insert LEDs into the small holes and power them up properly and the edging will glow for ya. Now I just gave you the basics it really should have some the hole drilling placed around for the best effect on the dragon, so it something to think about and play around with. Happy Modding to ya.

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    Tribal dragon... (updated)

    Hmmm... definatly gonna give The leds a try. but tt cases dont leave much room 4 the holes...


    this is btw my first etch so thanks!

    greets dwmc

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    How thick is the plexy that your etching is on? The holes will need to be drilled into the edge of the plexy. So the thickness of the plexy will determine what size of LEDs that you will need. Good luck and Happy Modding to ya.

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    Tribal dragon... (updated)

    well its the standart plexi from a thermalt take rig.

    But looks ike 0.5 cm thickness.

    Think im gonna use the 0.4cm leds...
    just gotta get mysel a good soldering iron first...

    Greets dwmc

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    Yes sir, you'll need a 30watt soldering iron for working on small electrical stuff such as LEDs, resistors and the likes. Where are you from? If you have a Radio Shack close by you can get one from them for around $8.00USD. Happy Modding to ya.

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    Well i think that the nearest radio schak is bout half way around the globe...
    im from denmark...

    But i have the best hardware store close to where i live... opne of those old ones that at built by geeks and contain nothing but electro geeks... has done nothing more for the past 40 years...

    greets... dwmc

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    Well, I guess that we won't be bumping into each other at the local electronic store. Glad to have you join the group here at MI. If you have any questions feel free to ask away, someone will answer sooner or later. Happy Modding to ya.

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    Tribal dragon... (updated)

    Thanks m8.. actually found mi by coincidence...

    I was looking 4 a guide for eching... and this site had the best one...

    Btw Have a look at theese guys machines...
    http://www.stormeren.dk

    http://www.liex.dk (look under projecter)
    greet dwmc

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