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PostPosted: 27.01.2004 14:42 
got my leds got my resistorgot my design and the sizes but what about the thickness of the plexiglas is 10mm or do i need a fatter one...

my leds are 5mm!


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PostPosted: 27.01.2004 14:47 
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You can file the leds quite a lot so that they fit inside a smaller space. I think that the best way to test the thickness is to take few books with different heights, place them on the table top to simulate different height GlowPads. You should then see quite easily what feels the best against your wrist and hand.

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PostPosted: 27.01.2004 14:48 
i used 3mm leds and used 5mm plexi. works great

http://metku.net/modgallery/detail.php?id=1141

i just changed the top so now it has green leds and a blue picture


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PostPosted: 27.01.2004 15:02 
its not going to be a glowpad...there are similar pads under your pc tower but this one is going to be under my xbox! so thats why iam asking does it really mind for the glow of the leds with the thickness...i was thinking how fatter how less glow?! :? :)


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PostPosted: 27.01.2004 17:47 
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10mm should be plenty.........it all depends on how bright and how many leds you are using is how much the glow will "radiate" or whatever you want to call it.

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PostPosted: 27.01.2004 19:59 
okeeh thx! :D


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