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Thanks for the link and the heads up; I have added this to my "TO DO" list, right now with X-mas around the corner I'm finishing a work desk for my grandchildren (Rustic-Modern) style, so right after the holidays I have a new "Trick/Puzzle" to work on.
Hello: It's always amazing to read "critics" who obviously only have the talent to shoot off their mouths & not TRY to use their "FREE THINKING BRAIN"; Trick or puzzle, it's very entertaining, simple in all elements and looks easy to build. Finding the metal ring and similar thickness rods might be a chore; however, it's a good challenge. Finding the ring
Hey thanks for responding so fast, I went ahead and built the box and I taped the light strip on the outside as you suggest; I decided about 2" (inches) from the bottom, if this doesn't work I can move the lights up a little. (I did not notch the outside of the box for the lights, I just taped them onto the outside wall). I will probably test it tomorrow, wish me luck.
Hello (author), (1) I would like to be able to pronounce your name in Pingying; (2) I was studying the drawing you made before I start and I realize I need help (simple), the light strip did you place it on the bottom side of the top piece (so it shines downward towards the pictures) or on the sides of the inside of the box, your help will be greatly appreciated
Ni-Hao Wo pengyou: I finally received the "LED white light set (after waiting for almost 1 month) 5V 50/50; I also found the same white board you used at Home Depot Store, (white foam core board is no good), the foam does not let the correct amount of light rays penetrate through into the box; I will keep posted (informed) of my progress and the final product, I'm working so I only have time on the weekends; It should work, your instructions were good enough; talk to you soon!
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