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Below is how I split it, would be great to see yours. Might have wired it slightly differently.
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Thanks for your effort was great having this for Halloween, will print a few more for next year. Takes 53 pixels. Took about 24 hours to print all up I reckon, maybe even a bit more. 3D Printed Spider(small) by reubenb87 posted Nov 9, 2018 at 10:19 PM
Thanks for the info guys.
Hi smartalec, what size wooden dowel did you use approximately, around the diameter to match the width of the PCB?
Also did you just position (or glue) the wood dowel behind the PCB? Seems too easy!
I've been looking at getting some FAST (Finally Affordable Snowfall Tubes) from this presale on DIY led express:
But I'm not sure where to get the actual tubes locally. This is the ones suggested for guys in the US...
I'm also curious about this. Where do you get the suntuf end cap? Bunnings?
I see that they sell suntuf polycarbonate roofing (http://www.bunnings.com.au/suntuf-1-8m-clear-corrugated-polycarbonate-roofing_p1015672) would you find it in the same section?
I've seen round format dumb lights in hardware stores etc. But I'm guessing for long lengths it can't compress that much, so the strip would be more economical.
I guess I'll just use string and cable tie in various points.
Thanks for your help.