5280MeV wrote:I was thinking about ways to attach lighting to stuff, and I got the idea that I might epoxy velcro to my nuts.
It is setting right now, I will let you know how it turns out tomorrow.
I think I'd have gone with GOOP tm, it cures a bit more flexible. await your report.
Worked pretty well I think, here is a picture of my nuts with the velcro attached:
This way I can attach my homemade bottle-cap lights to the interior of the icosahedron in the backyard:
They go on pretty well:
Here is the brains of the operation, which need a weatherproof enclosure and ultimately a more permanent wiring:
It is kinda overkill for the power that I am actually using, but good practice for when I get more current flowing.
Here is the thing lit up:
I've been playing with programming patterns, but I can't figure out how to make a decent video of LED effects with my phone.
After I took it all down tonight (it needs additional weatherproofing), the velcro detached from one of my nuts. I dunno why it didn't bond well to the metal, I thought that I had mixed it well.
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