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    Quote Originally Posted by plasmadrive View Post
    Glad you all like em'.

    There is a very short video showing them working. I haven't really done any programming yet. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6mmj1wrm6...66o-U6dta?dl=0

    There is also build info
    Now!! Those are fantastic!!
    Well done

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    Very nice. I may have to plagiarize, but with a different topper. And perhaps some plasticwreath...

    And your power is exactly how I am deploying this year. 90% of my props are fed with 24vdc, using buck convertors to drop down.

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    That is a lot of work right there ! well done , It will be great to see them in your show .

    Your viewers are in for a treat .

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    posted a new PDF drawing in the dropbox with a full wiring diagram for the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plasmadrive View Post
    posted a new PDF drawing in the dropbox with a full wiring diagram for the system.

    It took me a while to find this thread again (you post too darn much sir )) But you have cleaned out your build sheet from dropbox. Can you share again, I just may have to get off my arse finally!

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    I want to see annual pictures as those mini trees grow up to be full sized mega trees!

    Nice job!
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    Ya know Tory.. you are actually right. I do post WAY too much! Been working on that....

    Here is the link to the dropbox folder..

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qteuavx6p...d2aSL6fva?dl=0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macrosill View Post
    I want to see annual pictures as those mini trees grow up to be full sized mega trees!

    Nice job!
    LOL! Yeah.. I'll get back to you on that one! And Thanks!

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    Plasma--what did you use for your mini trees? I have been using tomato planters for my mini trees so far, but I am thinking tomato planter may not be substantial enough for the RGBs and the stars... Thanks so much for posting all the photos of your build. I am probably going to go RGB on my mini trees in 2015 along with coro canes. A lot of smaller elements, but a lot more channels!!! Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanJ View Post
    Plasma--what did you use for your mini trees? I have been using tomato planters for my mini trees so far, but I am thinking tomato planter may not be substantial enough for the RGBs and the stars... Thanks so much for posting all the photos of your build. I am probably going to go RGB on my mini trees in 2015 along with coro canes. A lot of smaller elements, but a lot more channels!!! Thanks.
    There is a list of everything major that I used for these trees with links. Look at the "parts and pieces" PDF. You are welcome,......And good luck with yours next year.. it is a fun project

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