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Make a high-tech mood light from a flourescent lamp and a bunch of old memory chips.Thanks go to Ross Orr for the original article inMAKE MAGAZINE Volume 09
1. Some old memory chips. However many you use will determine the size of the Bytelight you build. I used 3 rows of 21, 256K 30 pin SIMMS ...
Start laying out the ram on the plexiglass. You want to leave about 3/4" around the edge of the plexiglass because it makes for a better looking final ...
The light box will consist of 4 sides for the frame and a back cover that will hold the light fixture. Carefully measure out the dimensions of your ...
Cut out a piece of the shiny material you will be using and glue it to the back cover. Then attach the light fixture centered over the inside ...
Lay the back cover over the box frame and drill some pilot holes in each corner. This is always a good idea to prevent the wood from splitting. ...
Attach the RAM cover to the box by drilling 4 pilot holes and screwing it in. I used some small rubber bushings to create a tiny gap between ...
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