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Thank you. That is just the problem because the wave is pointing to side. From down perspective it glows little but does now produce much light. I will design and make better and smaller version of this and also table top model. I think table top model will be good for this light because it does not have to produce anything else than ambiance.
Thank you very much.
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This is really beautiful!! Great work!!
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Hello MrJonesEducation. Thank you for this great instructable. It looks really good.I really would like to do this instructable, but bouncing back and fourth with erin_cuneo 's instructable this quite difficult for me, especially its my first arduino project.Would it possible if you could take pictures of the Arduino Mega with wiring and picture also from the led wiring and small displays.Or a somekind of schematic picture? That would be really helpful. Thank you.
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Hello Zergmare. This is kind of same than this. https://www.instructables.com/2-Player-Bartop-Arcade-Machine-Powered-by-Pi/ I used "power supply arcade" for this. You can find that from aliexpress etc. I hope this helps.
Hi. Yes I have it against the wall. It should be done with something like this. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32522129411.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.7acc25deKvE5pA&algo_pvid=25da2f78-98f4-4532-87c5-a431fde276cf&algo_expid=25da2f78-98f4-4532-87c5-a431fde276cf-10&btsid=0ab6d69f15857151624821093e7324&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_ Even a wire or a rope could do it, because when playing rope or wire are tight.
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Thank you NeilRG. Happy making.
Thanks eaalthof. Would like to see that thing. That geared ting sound really good.
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Wau Hee Young Pyo! I have never seen this comment before! You did great job!
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Thank you. Joystick holds as much strength than the plywood can hold. There are many many holes on joystick plate that there can be maybe 10 screws. In this case it will hold it as much as necessary. Whole suitcase will move if there is too much power used. Short shaft was on purpose because then its easier to close the suitcase. With longer shafts suitcase would have to be bigger. I think thar short or long shafts are both ok if they function as they should. So here is just normal shaft.I hope you have great suitcase. Would be nice to see it when finished.
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Hello R-philip. I remembered that someone had done those . Here is the link. Happy DIY times. https://www.instructables.com/DIY-Woodworking-C...
Hi Jongrrr. What you really need is power supply, thin screen, arcade kit buttons kit and raspberry.Rest is optional. I did not count cost of plywood because I had it already. But these are what I bought.https://www.shortcutparts.com/collections/lcd-scre...https://www.shortcutparts.com/collections/converte...https://www.shortcutparts.com/collections/arcade-k...https://www.shortcutparts.com/collections/raspberr...So its about 200 at least I guess. Speakers and amplifiers does not cost so much more there.
Hi BrunoR114. Thank you.I think the compulsory parts : thin screen, arcade buttons kit, raspberry and power supply about 200. If I add there amplifier and speakers and all the wires, maybe 250. I did not count plywood.https://www.shortcutparts.com/collections/lcd-scre...https://www.shortcutparts.com/collections/converte...https://www.shortcutparts.com/collections/arcade-k...https://www.shortcutparts.com/collections/raspberr...Have a great DIY times.
Thank you so much Bustaflow25. I hope your suitcase arcade will be even better than this.
Thank you Jones424. I haven't noticed any, I have heatsink coolers there. It has been on several hours and playing games has been normal. I hope you have great DIY times.
Thank you for your feedback Seamster. I hope you will have great DIY -times.
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