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Ok, I've been pretty busy lately. Only been working on the theatre-room on the weekends due to work commitments.

The bench-tops were laid that Tuesday. The boys did a top job. So glad I didn't lay them as they looked pretty heavy.
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Placed "Piers" on each corner of the bench-tops.

I also experimented with paint colours, but nothing is final yet.
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In one of the "Piers", I got a little creative & made use of the free space by secretly hiding a dozen "Stubby Coolers" within.

Firstly I had to drill, jigsaw & file out one of the bases.

I then put in a "Shoot" so the coolers could slide down without getting caught.

I then placed a "Trap-door" with a "Push-in / Push-out" clip.
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And then hung the outside head pieces.
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And then secured them, along with the inner pieces after making sure they were level.
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I then inserted the RGB-LED sleeves inside both arches and wired them up.

Placed the perspex in & sealed.
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I then finished off the face of the headers.
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Now it was time to build a light to place inside the bar. Something unique.

I had a space of 1600mm x 1200mm to work with.

I made the light out of 3 pieces of MDF. A base that hid the RGB-LEDs. A middle & top piece which were both routered on the outside edges. I also routered out the inner edges as I had to place perspex & an inner dress pattern in-between both pieces.

I broke out the old 2 pac gravity spray gun & spray the outside 2 pieces in deep black.

I then secured 11 metres of REB-LEDs.

Mounted everything in the roof & then sat back with a beer, as I admired my handy-work.

This light took 3 weekends to complete.
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This lighting is so sick. Wow. Any pointers on drivers/ controllers?
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How do you say “Dude that looks amazing” in Australian?


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Gidday 1995.

Us Aussie's say -.

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This lighting is so sick. Wow. Any pointers on drivers/ controllers?


Hi MHR.

I've done a lot of homework on these controllers, & the brand I ended up using was "Mi-light". It wins hands down imo.

I just schooled myself up on the DVD's shown on Youtube.

I tell you what. If you paid for my airfares & you put me up for a couple of weeks, I'll come over too Sunny Southern California & I'll walk you thru some options on setting up RGBs.

Better still....if you offer me a couple of beers & the fridge is full of coldie's, I'll even help set them up for ya...lol.

Cheers, Steve.

PS.......This DVD will point you in the right direction --->

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Thanks Steve! I will watch on my commute tomorrow. I know Fibraro makes an RGBW controller, and I know there are formulas for number led’s/ voltage drop/ current needs, but everything i “know” is strictly theoretical. Thanks again, and sadly, sunny Southern California is on the other side of the continent, or I would investigate affordable ref-eye flights
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sadly, sunny Southern California is on the other side of the continen
I know. That's why I asked. I was hoping for a free holiday hehe.

Mi-lights are simple as. No mucking around with codes or formulas. Just wire'em them up & Bob's your Uncle (Aussie slang for "She'll be right mate").

The only thing you've got to watch out for is voltage drop out on lengths of strips (which can be easily be overcome) & "Power Supply" size.
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IJust wire'em them up & Bob's your Uncle (Aussie slang for "She'll be right mate").
That’s still kinda a UK-ish slang, but I THINK i’m getting there. Can you give me the American English equivalent. Please. My good sir?
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Exactly that is what I have questions about! Is there a comprehensive resource that doesn’t involve taking a class? Did you use resistant coefficients (or whatever) for wire length? I’ve read about providing power circularly to these?
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That’s still kinda a UK-ish slang, but I THINK i’m getting there. Can you give me the American English equivalent. Please. My good sir?
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Exactly that is what I have questions about! Is there a comprehensive resource that doesn’t involve taking a class? Did you use resistant coefficients (or whatever) for wire length? I’ve read about providing power circularly to these?
If you keep "LED Runs" to below 5m, just plug them in. For longer runs, for example, 5m + 5m +5m + 5m, you need to use a "Mini AMP" between runs. In this example, I would use 3 mini AMPs. One between 1&2. One between 2&3. One between 3&4.

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How to calculate which power supply to use. Very important ---> https://sirs-e.com/product-category/...ower-supplies/
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Thanks, Steve! Exactly what I was trying to find
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Gidday 1995.

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Awesome.
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Well then, that lighting is the ants pants! Very impressive and unique work you have there...
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That's looking great man! I used Mi Light with my bar setup as well, very easy to use and pretty cheap too
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Thx for commenting on my thread B64 about RGB LEDs in your BAR. I checked your "Basement Build - Life of BLISS" simply for that reason & it's brilliant...& your DVDs are Mickey Mouse m8. It took me 2 hours last night & 3 or 4 homebrews to absorb everything you've posted, from start to today's date.

To tell you the truth, I didn't know your thread existed simply because there's so many topic's on this site so thx.

Congratulations on your little one & keep dreaming...one step at a time ;-)

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Well then, that lighting is the ants pants! Very impressive and unique work you have there...
And there's more to come over the coming weeks...so stay tuned USC1995 ;-)
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Awesome place. Love the woodwork. Love the lights. Great details and design.

I have a place for LEDs, but have never gotten around to putting them in. I feel a spark inside, the need to upgrade after seeing your awesome lighting.

And with RGBs, infinite color possibilities and combinations.

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Cheers, Dan.

Go for those RGB's.

Sorry, this is off topic. I just wanted to save it so I can watch it once my room is finished. It's Australia's best race track BATHURST --->
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Ok, it's been a month or so since my last update.

So where is the bar up to?

Well, I've faced off the side walls with solid wood.

Measured, routered out sleeves (in solid wood to help with strength) & fitted shelvings.

Routered out sleeves where RGBs-LEDS will be hidden.

Done a test "Fit-out" to make sure everything fits & works.

I then undercoated all panels & will then paint them with a final colour (in a month) before securing then into place.
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On the back wall in that "Grey painted area", I'll be fitting a 43 inch smart TV.

Behind the TV a "Swivel Bracket" will be fitted so easy access can be obtained to that area.

In that area, I've cut a cavity into the wall that will be hidden by the TV. It's 90mm deep by around 600 x 400mm squared.

In this area, I'll be hiding a 4 adaptor power-point, the TV aerial connector & all the RGB-LED "Controllers"......& maybe my favourite aged bottle of drink ;-)
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Steve my friend, the bar is looking awesome!!! The level of detail that you put into that thing is mind blowing! I wonder, what is closest to your heart, the theater or the bar??

How is the progress on the theater itself? Any updated pics to show?

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Gidday Chris. That's HELLO in Australia for those on the overside of the world that haven't seen the legendary Aussie movie, Crocodile Dundee.

Mate the problem with me is I don't do things in halves.....& once I start something, the more ideas appear at the end of each day after I start looking back at the day's progress while sucking on a couple of coldie's. That's when the imagination kicks in.

Yes, atm the bar is the focal point but I'm nearly there after about 3 months of weekend work.

This week I'll be fitting 2 draws & a small cupboard below which will hide a waste-bin within.

Then I'll be giving everything a fine sand down with 240 dry. Do a bit of masking up here 'n' there & then undercoat.

I'll then get back onto the theatre walls which just need a few minor teaks....& then a quick scuff & undercoat it too.

After a few lagers, I'll stand back & check what improvements maybe needed. I'm sure I'll find 1 or 2...if I have 3 or 4 lol.
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Last weekend I finished off the "2 Draws & single cupboard space".

Started off with a piece of wood & converted it into 3 FRONT PIECES, (2 draws & a cupboard FACE).

I routed each with a nice wide side face & then edged it to complete.

I used a "SLOW CLOSING DRAW & CUPBOARD RUNNERS". They are the ANTS PANTS.

Also placed a TIDY BIN in the cupboard space.

I then sanded them. Placed a colonial handle & secured & I alined.
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This week, I've taken a week off work so I've basically gone head-down & flat-out for the last 6 days.

I've edged off the top of the walls with a nice "Routered piece of wood" shown here just under the "Cornice".
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