Discussion in 'D.I.Y.' started by Ivan, Sep 25, 2012.
Great stuff Ivan! Really awesome skills you have there mate!
very cool man!
great looking cabinets! make me wanna setup another tank haha
Very cool indeed Ivan!!
Can i place my order so long?
Yes orders will be piling up want a 1200mm stand!
as said on Richards thread, absolutly neat. fantastic work
thanks guys, my next order is a 120F. so will start it when i get some time off.
Okay so my newest and most probably the last creation is a replica of the cabinet i built for Roxi_B4b3 for her ADA 60P and then just a few pics of all my previous cabinets for laughs.
60P x 2
And then the latest one being built
good stuff Ivan but you forgot your own 1.2 cabinet
oeps. yea forgot about the one that started all these builds.
im just glad i could build these for good friends.
And then the one that started it all
my own 4ft cabinet
Very nice Ivan
nice Ivan too bad you didnt take this up as a side job..your cabinets are awesome!!
So the last one went out on Sunday. Built in multi-plug, LED light, adjustable feet and a soft close door.
All in all i'm glad at how the product turned out. Owner of this cabinet also looked very happy.
Epic!! well done!
Really nice Ivan. I like the lights inside, good plan that.
I was thinking of a light inside mine and came up with a simple plan to switch the light on automatically as the door opens, using a 220vac magnetic read switch:
If you can't find one, you can use the normal magnetic window alarm switch, but you will have to wire it up to a 220v relay, as it wont handle the current directly drawn by the LED's. I'll pm you the wiring diagram for this if needed.
The other alternative is to go to a fridge repair shop and buy an internal fridge door switch. It looks similar to this:
You'll need a small plastic box to mount it into and to keep fingers away from direct 220v exposure and then just screw the box onto the inside of the cabinet in a position that allows the door to push the leaver in, switching the light off.
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