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Project Anemone

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by mashie, 13 Jul 2002.

  1. ROTOR

    ROTOR What's a Dremel?

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    hello

    I am impressed by this great work that you have carried out, but for many times that he reads me the I articulate or look at the pictures I am not able to discover the outline that you have used to weld the leds.

    have you welded the cathodes and the anodes of oneself column?

    and then you have united them horizontally?


    please to respond me him but clear possible.
     
  2. mashie

    mashie The one and only

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    Hi,

    The anodes for each column are soldered together, then the cathodes are soldered together with the visible rings. So it is all a normal X Y grid, just that it is circular instead of rektangular.
     
  3. jtf979

    jtf979 What's a Dremel?

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    Great Mod!!! A few questions...

    A very innovative mod! :jawdrop:

    I think Project Anemone is already a classic and hope that it inspires other modders to challenge themselves. I hope I can find a similar case for my next project here in the US.

    I just had a few questions about Project Anemone. What are the dimensions of the bakelite cabinet? Could this case be duplicated in fiberglass or some other material?


    Well, Back to work then... :dremel:
     
  4. mashie

    mashie The one and only

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    The final size is:
    Width: 305mm (12")
    Dept: 182mm (7.2")
    Height: 232mm (9.1")

    I'm sure it can be done in fibreglass, carbon fibre or any othe fancy material. Just make a suitable mold first.

    Good luck.
     
  5. PC JUNKY

    PC JUNKY Banned

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    I just finally read your article for Project Anemone and WOW that is extreme something I don't think that I could ever accomplish . . .
     
  6. jezmck

    jezmck Minimodder

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    this is a bit of a revival, but...
    the vids are 404, and I really wanted to see them again.

    edit: posts: 1981, my YOB.
     
  7. mashie

    mashie The one and only

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    Check the bottom of this page for a video.
     
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  8. jezmck

    jezmck Minimodder

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    excellent, thanks. :thumb:
     
  9. jethro

    jethro Modthusiast

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    long time no post for me..
    mashie i was at a bbq this past weekend and someone had built a clone so to speak of this very project.. imitation is the highest form of flatery i spose.. ill try and get some picts to send in. That thing still looks great, you still use it these days?
     
  10. mashie

    mashie The one and only

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    Cool, I'm looking forward to see the pics.

    I still use Anemone as my HTPC, the only thing that has changed is that the original FV-24 mobo did blow up a few months ago so it got replaced by an FV-25. The celeron 800 was upgraded to a 1200 at the same time.
     
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