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    Looking good there Joel! How many times have you poked your eye out?! :p Truly BLINKY-flashy in that case!
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    Very cool! How high is it going to be?

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    Nice work!
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    How about some dimensions.
    The plan is to take the central hub up to 24ft.



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    so what sort of lights are to go on it? strings or seperate strands?
    Led or normal?
    an how many channels will it consume?
    great work..
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    Quote Originally Posted by smartalec View Post
    so what sort of lights are to go on it? strings or seperate strands?
    Led or normal?
    an how many channels will it consume?
    great work..
    If you look at the top and bottom right sides, you'll see a box with numbers, such as 1, 2, and 3. Those point to pages in the thread. If you click on 1, you'll go to the first post in the thread, and you can read the entire thread. It will tell you what lights are being used, how many channels, etc. You'll also see pics of the lights, and progress along the way. This will work on any thread in the forums. Saves from answering the same questions over and over...

    ;) :D

    Oh yeah, it's looking great! Following the thread closely, lot's of work, but sure looks worth it!!

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    Last edited by 51fordf2; 04-14-2010 at 09:59 AM.

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    sorry about that, i have been following the thread but with my memory the way it is, i forgot.
    so whats the ruff price of your "blooming rose"?, as i seen similar commercial ones around the 2,000 mark.
    i think there smaller, but unsure.
    (adelaide indoor gocart has 2 on there roof), an after awhile the lights fail an it does'nt look as good?
    will your design end up being better than the commercial ones?


    Quote Originally Posted by 51fordf2 View Post
    If you look at the top and bottom right sides, you'll see a box with numbers, such as 1, 2, and 3. Those point to pages in the thread. If you click on 1, you'll go to the first post in the thread, and you can read the entire thread. It will tell you what lights are being used, how many channels, etc. You'll also see pics of the lights, and progress along the way. This will work on any thread in the forums. Saves from answering the same questions over and over...

    ;) :D

    Oh yeah, it's looking great! Following the thread closely, lot's of work, but sure looks worth it!!

    R
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    Quote Originally Posted by 51fordf2 View Post
    If you look at the top and bottom right sides, you'll see a box with numbers, such as 1, 2, and 3. Those point to pages in the thread. If you click on 1, you'll go to the first post in the thread, and you can read the entire thread. It will tell you what lights are being used, how many channels, etc. You'll also see pics of the lights, and progress along the way. This will work on any thread in the forums. Saves from answering the same questions over and over...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WWNF911 View Post
    Thats bad! Incredibly PC but bad.
    Not PC at all... PC in this day and age would mean that you have to go back and copy all the previous material and enter it into a new post, meanwhile repeating it all again in different words to ensure that no-one could POSSIBLY misunderstand a single word, else inviting a lawsuit for failure to cover potential hazards...


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    32 5in zip ties
    576 4in zip ties
    96 crimp connectors
    8 feet of heat shrink tubing

    And finally all the lights are attached.



    Now I just need to test everything one more time to see if I broke any wires or crushed any bulbs.

    Then I get to consolidate all those lovely wires on each branch from 28 down to 9.
    Ground - Gold - Red - Green - Blue - Strobe 1 - 4

    All the branches will be consolidated a final time during assembly, then fed to the controllers.

    I do have a vision of what it will look like, and it is starting to come together.
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