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moodlite Design / Re: In and out on three sides of the panel
« on: May 11, 2019, 09:23:46 PM »
Hiya. here's a thread that might help out! I asked the same thing a few months ago but still haven't decided on how I want to go about it yet.

moodlite Design / Re: How to do triangle patterns with three edges?
« on: March 23, 2019, 10:01:40 AM »
I see. I wasn't expecting the green to cut across two tiles to get to the third side of the first channel. it makes more sense now but that's still probably going to take a lot of layout planning and have some limitations since it's not contained into one tile I.E. can't really have adjacent 3 sided tiles

moodlite Design / Re: How to do triangle patterns with three edges?
« on: February 18, 2019, 09:19:13 PM »
I did this:

This way I can use the original ways to cable everything but when I need a third connection I can achieve this by adding another cable.
I printed one of those yesterday and plan to wire it up today while another one prints.
I hope that this will work but I'm quite confident :)

Having a hard time visualizing how you're using this wire configuration to go out and back in on one edge (in order to wire all LEDs in series). Have you had any luck with this yet?

moodlite Design / How to do triangle patterns with three edges?
« on: February 08, 2019, 02:41:20 AM »
Starting my planning for my moodlite build, but after looking at the way the bases are designed, how would one go about doing a pattern with panels surrounding all three sides? That is to say, where there isn't an obvious serial path (like the center panel below).

There doesn't seem to be any space to double wires back through other panels, especially if you're running with the servo wires. Has anyone made any modifications to suit such layouts? This isn't the pattern I'm going to be doing, just an example.

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