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    Yes a complete guide is what we needed here . Great job



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    hey guys! took this great idea and applied it to the Vittsjo table. which is slightly smaller. but I have a Granas I scouted out on Kijiji that I will also be outfitting the way you all did. thanks so much for the idea! this is genius. heres the case, currently holding my godfather collection. quick no flash grain pics, sorry!





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    My friend just scored one of these tables for $35 off Craigslist. I'm still looking for one.

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    Man. I need to finish this table ASAP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironed View Post
    I found some 1/2"-1/2" aluminum angle at home depot, 8' lengths for $6.99 I will use 3 of them to trim my plexiglas at the bottom and the sides of each panel
    I can't seem to find that aluminum angle thing at home depot. suggestions?
    "Once you go KATO, you never go back!"

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    In my HD it's in the door and window section in the back. They also got some in the hardware (nuts and bolts) section but those are for actual structural support while the other ones are more decorative (but perfectly fine for our purpose)

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    Hi Kicker not sure of the section but it was beside the flooring area and I just noticed it, it's all small stuff and it comes in three types silver, gold and black and about 5 or 6 different shapes all 8' long. I almost went with the black but though the silver would add a little class to the finish. I used a mini grinder with a zip cut blade this worked really nice because after the cut you could grind it for a nice square finish also I put the bottom on first so when you butt your ends if the side piece is not perfect you can hide it in the top under the angle frame
    "The more complex the mind the more the need for the simplicity of play"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geil View Post
    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/160562259516?...84.m1497.l2649
    this is the one I picked up and delivered in under 2 weeks.

    ok assuming they are all the same strips I ordered this one instead which does not incl the powersupply so total is a bit more per 5m but its a RF remote :P
    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/10M-RGB-SMD-5...#ht_6302wt_960
    also got the connectors from same buyer
    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/10PCS-10mm-Wi...#ht_3575wt_960
    Hi Geil I was looking at RGB LED's and that first one that you handed off to Eric did it come with the power adapter to plug in, and I was thinking about the corners under the display case and the wire connectors they have one for each corner so you can aim the lights down and horizontally if you want maybe both 2 and 2, or do you think the LED strip would bend like that. The connectors look like they have 4" to 5" of wire and that should work good?
    "The more complex the mind the more the need for the simplicity of play"

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    Hi ironed

    The first set was a complete bundle with power supply. The LED strip comes with the matching connectors to the control module pre-soldered one on each end of the strip just like in the picture in the listing. Actually all pictures are pretty accurate of what I received.
    I have not really thought it through but I guess the controller will have to be mounted near where the lights are as the wiring will not be long enough but most importantly the IR receiver will need to be visible for the remote to work. The LED strip itself is pretty flexible so I imagine you might be able to "curve" it around each corner without actually folding the strip. The same seller actually has this connector that would be an easy solution

    Man I was going to keep using my dioders for my coffeetable but now you got me thinking and some colours would look good on the MR MF too

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