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My first attempt at making coro canes!

Discussion in 'Corrugated Plastic (Coro) & 3D Printing' started by dale82, Oct 7, 2013.

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    Looking good. Always great to utilise your inner craftiness and get lose with a stanley knife.

    Hopefully the cable ties don't block the light at all, but should be okay!
     
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    Mine look bodgy during the day, but at night they look fantatsic. These will look great in your show, great work
     
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    I agree with Eddy, the lights should bright enough to over come any affect the cable ties may seem to have.
    They look very nice.
     
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    Can you share the size of the canes (width and height) and what modules you used to light them up
     

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