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    Default Eyes in the dark

    I was sent some of these RGB lights by mr Jeff Millard to try out and while trying them originally for candles another idea came to mind for Halloween.


    I canít start printing these until a printer frees up later tonight but hereís the idea




    The chips will set in the designated recess then sealed in with silicone.
    Then this would be attached to maybe pvc pipe or set in bushes or on tree ,
    If thereís others interested I can share once completed. I wanted specifically for my hedges but if someone wants I would share files.


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    Default Re: Eyes in the dark

    That looks like a similar concept to Spooky Eyes from Boscoyo, but you definitely have a different way of accomplishing the effect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomL8345 View Post
    That looks like a similar concept to Spooky Eyes from Boscoyo, but you definitely have a different way of accomplishing the effect.
    Thatís kinda cool many diff eyes .


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    I like it. Still have more than 100 of them, so... spooky eyes it is! Ding dang glad I sent them to ya!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Millard View Post
    I like it. Still have more than 100 of them, so... spooky eyes it is! Ding dang glad I sent them to ya!

    Jeff
    Thank you these are actually brighter than expected.


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    Thank you for all your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Millard View Post
    Thank you for all your help.

    Jeff
    Welcome


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    First set of eyes



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    OK, you can share that thingy please. I'll make that first when I finally have time to use the 3D printer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Millard View Post
    OK, you can share that thingy please. I'll make that first when I finally have time to use the 3D printer.

    Jeff
    Ok soon as I get home from work Iíll send to you. Working on some other eyes later as well .


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