plasmadrive

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About plasmadrive

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    Sacramento, CA
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    Eng

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    Specialty LED lighting, Laser shows, electronics
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    osmosis
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    3.11.2
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    Advanced

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  1. DE.. .say it isn't so.. I love your voice overs.. I used your free ones for one year and then the ones I paid you for the next year... They were so worth it. (if you remember, I actually paid you more than you asked for because of all the work you put in). We would miss you deary as a community. Please don't let a few people run you out.. Dave was of course not looking for anything that you didn't already give away freely.. and I understand some have been sharing what they shouldn't.. and that sucks..But don't let it sour you from our hobby..
  2. I don't know Jim, With PFC and all the other protections listed you would think they might actually be real power supplies and not just chargers.. Would be worth asking for a spec sheet before ordering I would think
  3. Thanks.. I hope you make it this year..
  4. So the Dollar Tree had these plastic Hula Hoops.. for a dollar.. I had a butt load of pixels hanging around.. There will be at least 12, maybe 20 of these.. They are already devoid of noisy plastic, painted black and gorilla tape at the seam to replace the cheap plastic tape they came with. Just have to finish applying pixels and wire ties. This is just a pattern off my testers thingy.. I kinda like em This video is a bit long and shaky at points, but that's what happens when you have to push buttons and hold the phone.. ha ha
  5. PM sent back! ha ha
  6. I think I have about 50 brand new in a box.. I doubt I will get to use them..
  7. My favorite is when a parent references the start of a tradition with the young age of a child. NICE! I hope it is something you pass on and he loves
  8. LOL @ DevMike.. I like that line..
  9. I got sleep... ha ha.. I stopped buying LOR hardware after I got all the AC controllers I needed plus spares... Already have plenty of ELLs and a spare dongle.. Everything else is pixel related and there are no real "deals" with LOR's pixel hardware that I can see. I may at some point play with the servo drives.. but not sure.. If I do, there is always the summer sale.. and sleep! ;-) Glad you all had fun!
  10. you didn't show up for the last one.. ha ha No, not yet..
  11. I forgot to add chewing gum to the list.. ha ha
  12. OH man.. I rushed to look at the video so fast I didn't notice it wasn't yours.. My bad.. What I meant by topper was not a star.. just a thingy to stick in all the PVC pipes at the top to keep them in place and spaced evenly without wire ties.. (from the video, not your pictures). Now that I take my T... i... m... e.. and slow down to really look, I see yours are neater than the video.. but I thought the hose was a cool DIY touch.. ha ha.. Now, as for me being a "professional"... I'm more of a professional trouble maker! .. I'm pretty sure I'm not fooling anyone.. I do love to see everyone's DIY stuff. I think that is half the fun of the hobby.. Hoses, PVC, Pex, HPDE, wire ties, duct tape and bailing wire.. I love everyone's imagination.. I just wish I could draw, would be so much easier to get my points across.. .. sniff, sniff. I can't draw a straight line with an ACAD system.. ha ha..
  13. Nice DIY video.. It was interesting to see how you used the hose. I do have a suggestion.. Maybe you could get one of the guys with a 3D printer to print you a topper that has legs coming down at an angle which can be inserted in the PVC pipe at the top and keep them equally spaced.. Won't really change the look of the lights that much at night perhaps, but would put a good finish look to the top during the day................ you know.. when most people drive by.. Good job..
  14. Yes, they are more to the "yellowish" side. They are good for some applications but with the stars they are just too dim for me. Now that I am adding so many pixels this year, I need my stars to "Pop". That is why the CW change out
  15. I also need to replace the warm white, not so bright rope lights on my tree topper stars that I got from Christmaslightshow.com.. The warm white just doesn't stand out enough..