Saucer Separation Lighting

LEDs, fiber optics, etc - everything needed to "Make it Glow"
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Cubey Terra
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Re: Saucer Separation Lighting

Post by Cubey Terra » Wed Jul 01, 2015 3:38 pm

Moongrim wrote:One aspect I've tried- was just epoxy the magnet into a recessed hole I've drilled, and then had another similar shaped piece of metal epoxied into a similar spot above/below the magnet. You can paint a magnet or the steel plate.
I totally just did that yesterday! Great minds. :) I drilled a hole and embedded a pair of small rare earth magnets, then covered the hole with very thin styrene. I'll use epoxy later to secure them. Now the really big magnets in the cobra head have something substantial to grab on to. So far it seems to bear up under weight.


I should start a build thread in the 1/1400 forum maybe.

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Re: Saucer Separation Lighting

Post by Steam235 » Wed Jul 01, 2015 7:38 pm

You should start a WIP thread if you're doing the D I'd love to watch that build.

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