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It was hard work but i finally got it.
The Ikea Detolf is so great for working with, how i made the light without any cable u can see in my "how to do" in the Link, hope u like it!

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Vigi (3 years ago) #6418624I was also wondering, how expensive those tables are. Yes, its made by myself.
Great job! It's out of my league, sadly ^^
3 years ago
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Take (3 years ago) #6409200Is the "table cabinet" in the middle custom made? I was wondering how expensive those things are.
I was also wondering, how expensive those tables are. Yes, its made by myself.
3 years ago
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This is spectacular! Love the setup; would love to try your wireless lighting method. Detolfs really are fantastic for figures and display. <3
3 years ago
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Is the "table cabinet" in the middle custom made? I was wondering how expensive those things are.
3 years ago
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It does look like a museum! And it looks like a library in the background!*0* now I definately need to buy a detolf from Ikea :O
3 years ago
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It looks like in museum :D
3 years ago
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wewe (3 years ago) #6396156Awesome results! I can't bring myself to do anything involving custom made lighting and wiring, too scared of electrocuting myself... anyhow, gj~Kelseydelallave (3 years ago) #6396099amazing set up, looks nice without the cords! so much manga *o*MelKeigo (3 years ago) #6395890Nice job!!astarte952 (3 years ago) #6395861That is a room!

Thanks for ur great feedback ^___^
3 years ago
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wewe (3 years ago) #6396156Awesome results! I can't bring myself to do anything involving custom made lighting and wiring, too scared of electrocuting myself... anyhow, gj~Raivenstar (3 years ago) #6396143I thought the same, first. But after 1-2 times reading his post, i was like: That isn't difficult so far :3 Sure, the idea is great to use the Detolf metal case as an electrical conductor xDD I would NEVER have this idea on my own :D But it isn't that hard to do this :) I will try this later in one of my detolfs, just need a bunch of LED Strips and some cable :D

Just try it, its really not so difficult! Just take care that u use only 12V that nothing can go wrong. If u guys need any Help, just write a command unter my article ;-)
(I am not so often online on mfc...)
3 years ago
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Quicky (3 years ago) #6396188Super Idee mit dem Batterie Betrieb. Ich habe aber leider keine Infos in eurem Blog gefunden wie lange Ihr die LED Leisten mit einer Ladung Batterien oder Akkus betreiben könnt. Könntest du dazu bitte noch einen realen Wert aus der Praxis nachreichen?
Das kann ich dir leider noch nicht sagen, da ich das DIng nur spontan anmache und es ja erst seit SOnntag abend läuft xD
Wir haben als Stromquelle 10x 2000mAh Akkus von Amazon (Basics) gekauft. Ich müsste mal nachmessen, was die LED-Strips so verbrauchen und könnte dann daraus berechnen, wie lange die Akuus das aushalten.

Falls ich was weiß, schreib ich es als Kommi bei dem Artikel bei ;-)
Man kann alternativ wenn das Kabel unter/hinter der Vitrine nicht stört auch ein 12V Netzteil anklemmen mit genug mAh. Die Dinger kosten nur 10€
3 years ago
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Super Idee mit dem Batterie Betrieb. Ich habe aber leider keine Infos in eurem Blog gefunden wie lange Ihr die LED Leisten mit einer Ladung Batterien oder Akkus betreiben könnt. Könntest du dazu bitte noch einen realen Wert aus der Praxis nachreichen?
3 years ago
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