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Love how it is going so far! To me, it looks like you are trying to make a sort of sLight panel for you case? If you are, then I would ditch the CCFL things and go for LEDS along the edge of etched acrylic. I will be posting more details in my build log but until then, here is the link for how to make the "fancy" sLight. LINK

You will be able to have a light panel all within 0.5in!

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Love how it is going so far! To me, it looks like you are trying to make a sort of sLight panel for you case? If you are, then I would ditch the CCFL things and go for LEDS along the edge of etched acrylic. I will be posting more details in my build log but until then, here is the link for how to make the "fancy" sLight. LINK
You will be able to have a light panel all within 0.5in!
Jeffinslaw

NIce...where do i buy the truLED sheet in the US?
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NIce...where do i buy the truLED sheet in the US?

I got mine from here: LINK

Click on the link for "Affordable LED Lighting..." I got the regular double density LED tape. You do have to wire on your own connection. I used a fan connector. Use the Red and Black wires if using a fan connector.

Hope I helped!

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I got mine from here: LINK
Click on the link for "Affordable LED Lighting..." I got the regular double density LED tape. You do have to wire on your own connection. I used a fan connector. Use the Red and Black wires if using a fan connector.
Hope I helped!
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Thanks....but looking for the trueLED white acrylic sheet with less than 50% light throughput

Tested one RGB with AQ5:
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Tested others:
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Front with 2sxAQ:
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And with modded MnpcTech bay for 3 vandal switches:
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post #236 of 1388
Okay... so,

This how I made mine. The guide on this is in the old thread that is linked to the new thread, the German one I gave you. I purchased two pieces of the sign white acrylic found HERE. These are your top pieces and your bottom pieces. The next piece you will need is a 1/4in piece of clear etched acrylic. This is a clear piece of acrylic that has a checkered pattern in it. The squares in the pattern are a few millimeters wide. You can purchase the etched acrylic HERE. The owner Jeff (not me, I swear haha) is a really nice guy, just tell him you are interested in the "Murderbox Light panel etched acrylic" and he will know what you're talking about.

Here is the guide on HardForum HERE

This isn't very cheap but it will give you the best results I think. It is MUCH cheaper than the second method on the German forum (the one I linked you too).

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Thanks Jeffinslaw for your guide.

So did the cutouts using 1" hole saw and primed and painted it satin white, in a big rectangle giving it 3mm border to original powder coat of white;
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Messed up the right res, 1" hole ..it started to rattle and had to flip it over and do it from the other side. It will get hidden with the grommet..:
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Got brown insulation tape for the 4th set of radiator fans which will get sleeved copper brown:
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For my own reference since i had to go back and see which way the crimps go. The one with the big clip is towards the grooved side of the fan connector:
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Received 35mm screws from MDPC with brain washer...got a lot:
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Stacked with 4 colors of sleeve:
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Edited by Seanimus - 10/27/12 at 10:10pm
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By the way its 35mm screws on cougar fans with brainwasher and on the side with STH10 frame.
Other side is 30 mm without STH10 frame. Don't want anyone to mess up their radiator.

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Still working on orange one..
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Nice. please let us know when you reach the moon.
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Took a shot of the front lawn and drive way to Garage. Incase Sandy ...Category 1 hurricane destroys it... frown.gif
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Few birds took refuge in garage...
Hope they don't slam into me while doing the orange bracket for pump..
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