ricphoto wrote:Good Dad...Nicely done...especially impressed with your attention to the detailing of the hidden parts in both the projects...
carbidetooth wrote:Impressive. I'm a newbie to CNC, kinda get how edge lighting works, but am clueless as to how you get different colors to illuminate specific parts. Would love to hear the technical details if you're willing.
carbidetooth wrote:Thanks. That makes perfect sense. I'm assuming that's the driver for LEDs in the pocket. I have some experience with LEDs, but have never encountered individual naked circuit boards. If there's a resource you'd be willing to share, that'd be cool.
At this point, my thirst for knowledge is far outstripping my abilities to produce, but I hope to change that in time.
Again, thanks for sharing your work. It spurs my imagination in a big way.
MarkJohnston wrote:Connor that is some nice work!!
It took a lot of planning and creativity to do that and very special to do it for your Daughters dance class.
Looking at your base shows the planning that went into this project. I had to study it closely to figure out the workings.
Are the two pieces of acrylic just put together and held in place just by the base?
That’s what it looks like to me. How wide is the divider strip in-between the two pieces of Acrylic?
Looks like about 1/8” which would leave 3/16” for the light to get through each piece of acrylic.
I’ve made quite a few of the acrylic signs and they are always fun.
I hope they got a good price for the piece at the fundraiser. I’m sure your daughter was proud of her Dad.
Thanks for posting this wonderful piece.
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