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post #31 of 41 Old 08-14-2013, 10:22 PM - Thread Starter
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Oh gotcha. Yep just used standard non waterproof strips connected with 4 wire
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Got it, I have tons of the 5050 with waterproof covering. You think that will fit in the track or will I need to take the waterproof covering off.
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your LEDs would not probally fit in the track i used. It is designed for 3528s and is a rather tight fit laterally. But im sure there are other tracks that will fit both 5050 and water proof LEDs in them
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How did you cut the lens?

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just used a chop saw then used a steel file to get the burs off.
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Chop saw as in a miter saw for wood, or a chop saw for metal?

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Miter saw for wood. But I also used a cutting wheel on a radial arm saw that worked real well too.
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If you guys have any additional photos, ideas to share I would be appreciative as I’ll be working on my 2nd row riser here in the next couple of weeks. Thanks, David
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Use electroluminescent wire. Cheap and awesome


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I liked those too. Only issue is it didn't fit into the design of the room. The plastics took away from the very sleek modern classy design. They just looked like an after thought.
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