Hey, so I'm kind of shit with this so I apologize. I bought a Detolf a few weeks ago, and have not gotten lights for it yet. I figured I'll go with the dioder lights since that seems to be recommend.
How exactly do i go about rigging this thing? For one, I already plugged up that little hole in the top, although I suppose I can unplug it? Do I put the light through there, and then wrap the cords behind the Detolf and to the nearest outlist? What is the best way to not have the cord showing at all? I suppose perhaps, stapling it or something to one of the corners, all the way down the Detolf?
Also if you don't mind, one more question... How do I get the dioder lights to stick to the top? Are they sticky or do they come with screws or something or do I perhaps have to have screws extra? Thanks.
Hmm, so one for each layer, so I'd only buy 1 pack of four? Wouldn't that look odd with just one strip on each layer, it wouldn't be around the cabinet symmetrically, just on one side on each shelf right?
These are what I got. Stuck them up one side along the metal post, across the top, and down the other side where the plug runs out through the gap between the door and the side panels. Works really well, very bright.
These are great! I got them for my Detolf as well and rigged them pretty much like you described.
Get on my level. 11m of LED strips for less than 20$, a good power supply and a dimmer/PWM module.
>get on my level
>display looks like complete shit
>cars and trains bumper to bumper
>weird plush car on the same shelf as construction vehicles
>that one random fucking plane
Thanks for the laugh m8.
>go to bed gramps
>Are the strips hidden behind something?
I added 45-degree wooden profiles on which I could stick them so they're shining at a nice 45 degree angle into each layer.
>Thanks for the laugh m8.
I start with what I have, then replace stuff as I go to focus on cars 1:18, cars 1.43 and H0 trains.