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The instructable Make a Boo wall piece was a "springboard" for this project: an assignment for students to make a "Led wall piece" of their own design. Since ...
Costs per wall piece are somewhere between US$10 and $20 / €8 and €16. Tools: Pencil and paper at least 60x60 cm Hand saw Jigsaw Ruler Router (optional) ...
Only a few pictures of the design that were made :-s There were a couple of challenges for the students in designing a template for their wall piece: ...
After the design is transferred on a sheet of MDF, the shape is cut out with a jigsaw. For most students this was a fairly straight forward task. ...
Painting takes patience :-) While working on the paint, students experimented with different colored leds and how the light reflects on different colored surfaces.
To make sure the students had some basic skills in soldering and a notion of electric circuits, I started with making an easy-but-funny circuit. The circuit is mounted ...
Mounting the electronics contains a few steps. The pictures cover them all: Tracing the circuit using 3M copper tape Choosing a "plus-rail" and soldering the leds accordingly. Testing ...
One of the students proved to be a good artist and had some experience in drawing tribals and calligraphy. He volunteered to add hand drawn calligraphy to some ...
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