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LED Standoff Project

Discussion in 'Portfolio Board' started by cwade440, Aug 22, 2018.

  1. cwade440

    cwade440 Member

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    First time using LED standoffs; these from Gyford. Very easy to use. The sign panel is laser etched on 1/4" acrylic then edge lit with side-firing LEDs that sit between the standoff barrel and cap on a disk. Backing board is 1/4" MDF sprayed matte black.

    This sign is heading to the new Pinkham's Seafood Market in Boothbay, Maine.
    unlit lob.jpg litlob.jpg
     
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  2. ams

    ams Very Active Member

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    Looks good, we use those for display in our shop, but we sandblasted our graphics.
     
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  3. visual800

    visual800 Very Active Member

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    looks great! the ONLY issue I have is (and not that you asked) is the stand offs are too large and they are distracting and there is too many. other than that is rocks
     
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  4. cwade440

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    Great point. Probably with change the backer board to something with hidden hardware that still gives me room to accommodate the wiring between that board and the wall.
     
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