Discussion in 'I made this!' started by Stercus Accidit, Dec 15, 2011.
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Can't you just get one pic cut for the bean animal?
No, you can't cut only a half inch off the glass. I tried calling all day to different glass shops, no one would touch it. A new sheet of glass is only Luke $100
Oh how I love your iPhone's auto correct lol who is "Luke"?
Looking good. : ) that's going to be a cool project.
this is going to be an awesome thread to watch!
cant say that i have ad much hands on experience with rebuilding a tank. but have done a lot of research. really the MOST important thing is to completely clean all old silicone from the surface. there will be a residue that you cannot see of hardly feel. you will most likely need to chemically wipe it clean.
also. on a build this size a few extra hands will be beneficial for sure. best of luck to you!
i cant wait to see it full!
Well I ordered my led drivers today. I decided to go with (2) lm3464a. Each has 4 channels that can run up to 27 LEDs on each channel! I will be able to run 216 LEDs!
But still no sealant to put the damn thing together....? LOL
Brothers' love Bean Animal FTW! I REALLY wish I couldve gone external bean. Gonna love the clean and neat look!
It will be clean...we hope LOL
Having a really hard time trying to find drivers (nevermind that he ordered drivers already) that will run what we/he wants.
How would we run 90 3w LED's @ 750mA with 30 LED's per driver? Seems like no one makes a driver that runs an medium number of LED's 12-13 or 80 LED's. I would like to find something to run 30 LED's on one dimmable driver. Even if it's a DIY driver. Any ideas out there? Maybe I need to start a thread in the LED section of the forums?
How about this from Inventronics? It's dimmable, 36~60 LEDs, runs at 700mA.
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