Originally Posted by DefecTalisman
I got Tile Floors, the whole flat
Wouldn't want the scout on the floor though (to close to the dust and dirt). I am thinking I need to go to Plastic World and get them to cut me 4 acrylic feet. Drill a little hole in them and put in a red LED
I had another idea. How effectively do you think I could spray my fan surrounds with black rubberising ?
Going to call these guys tomorrow and ask them -> http://ads.easyinfo.co.za/htm/custom...ed/gallery.htm
Ok, gotta ask. Why?
I'm guessing you do know that Rhino liner is one of the hardest coatings on the market and would probably last longer than any fan you spray it on. I don't know about there but here it's really really expensive. What do you want to achieve by rubberizing?
The Acyrlic feet with LEDs in them, yeah, lots of vendors here sell them, they're great to light up your desk.
Let me know if you want some pics to get an idea of what to do, there are a lot of variations, they don't have to be round.
@ Enigma. What?? No sound from the singing cat? Surely this group has put out a You Tube video by now.
Oh Yeah, the slow window fans. I did put low power ones in Mindy's Scout window. Thermaltake somethings, can't get them from the Egg, I think they're only 8watts, cost $9- each from SVC.com
, I wouldn't put a 1450rpm GT in there, the air over those vents would probably vibrate.
Edit #3. Oh yeah E, I always forget about your little slot fan plug thing. You really get creative with those things!
@ Striker. I don't know why they use Blue
, except that everything came out blue for about 5 years. It was because just before then, there were no blue
LEDs or blue
Lasers (the whole word should be capitalized), just red & green. Then the Guy in Japan, Dr. Shuji Nakamura, invented the Blu Ray
LASER and when you do simulations you use LEDs, so you don't get blinded, then everyone put Blue
LEDs in everything. So, I guess I do know why they use Blue
. As to why that one is so bright, it's made by Sunbeam, someone please verify, so they think they have to be bright, also, isn't that the controller that handles 30watts per channel? Another reason is, it's easier to use a 12V LED and they're blinding compared to the 5V ones.Edited by BriSleep - 5/23/10 at 5:35pm