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      Paul G



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      Registered: March 2007
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      Tried simple method of backlighting.


      1. Printed backlight panel onto transparencies (2 sheets).
      2. Aligned sheets and used epoxy resin and press to bond.
      3. Masked 'knockout' areas with electricians tape
      4. Painted back of transparencies with enamel paint (black). This is to increase opacity of black areas
      5. Cut and placed ceiling light filter behind
      6. Put protective acrylic sheet in front to avoid damage to transparency in particular from fixing nuts
      7. Used cold cathode lighting about 3 inches behind panel.


      I'm very pleased with these photos as they accurately show how this panel appears. I'm pretty happy with the results, in particular because the whole panel cost only about $10 to produce (less lighting and switch hardware).
      Date: Tue July 29, 2008 Views: 2,115
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