17 Feb. 1994|
Diy drawing table light box,woodworking plans for jewelry armoires,wooden box plans simple,wooden toy wheelbarrow plans - Reviews
Signing UpStep 1: The "Table" partFirst I had the wonderful idea of building a light table, then I went about it in the simplest way I knew how. Step 3: Measure Once Cut Twice!Proceeding headlong into the project, I measured the center of the table, and then traced out the dimensions of the plastic sheet to be inserted into the hole. Went to a local computer repair shop, got a free broken scanner, took the guts out, got a small light at Lowes that had a removable cord, installed it in the scanner using florist gum, (you can use any sticky thing that will allow you to remove it if necessary for service), threaded the cord through one of the empty ports, frosted the glass with tracing paper, then put it back together.
If possible get a light with a cord switch so you can turn it off instead of just unplugging it.
All that was left was to fire it up and test this light table, and the brightness was perfect!