Now to drill and tap around 500 holes, then attach the buttons to each sprung bolt and wire them up, and create the LED boards and wire them up. I was thinking this would be something like 2000 solder points, but I think it’s more like 2500. I’ll make sure to count.
I should have placed something in the photos for scale, but just know that the panels are 6′ x 3′, and will be placed one over the other to make a 6 foot by 6 foot wall.
This is the aluminum fresh from the waterjet company. Looks amazing!
Word Wall Lower Panel Fresh From The WaterJet
Word Wall Panel Fresh From The WaterJet – “think” Closeup
Word Wall Panel Fresh From The WaterJet – “wall” Closeup
Word Wall Panel Fresh From The WaterJet – “steel” Closeup (Ironically in Aluminum)
Word Wall Panel Fresh From The WaterJet – “concrete” Closeup
Word Wall Fresh From The WaterJet
sweet. do you have a narrative or schematic of your completed project? i.e. how are you going to deploy this? V’dya
Not sure if I sent you the original post, which is here: http://v8media.com/word-wall. That describes the premise.
And then this post describes a bit more of what I have to do to make it work: http://v8media.com/word-wall-progress.