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Studio MPHS Sign

Studio MPHS Sign

by studiomphsmaker | updated December 12, 2013

hello here at studio MPHS we have decided to take on this challenge. To do this we have a group working together and our sign will say "Studio MPHS". We hope this project turns out great!

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hello here at studio MPHS we have decided to take on this challenge. To do this we have a group working together and our sign will say "Studio MPHS". We hope this project turns out great!

December 1, 2013 at 10:55 PM
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What an awesome project idea! nicely executed...great job!
almost 4 years ago

we are making a box that houses a 500 watt halogen bulb currently we have only made the box with the two fans installed, this project is powered by 1x 12v 7.5amp sealed lead acid battery.

December 1, 2013 at 11:24 PM
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Cool! Are you taking apart an existing light box for the sign, or are you building it from scratch? Looking forward to seeing the design for the sign!
almost 4 years ago

Here we are wiring up two recycled PC fans. We are using halogen bulbs to light the sign and these get really hot so we have the fans create an air flow to keep the temperature of the bulbs down.

December 8, 2013 at 7:53 PM
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On my Infinite LED project I'm having similar concerns for over-heating. I'm not so worried about the lights I'm using (LEDs), but the Boost Voltage Regulator they use gets really hot. I've a feeling you know much more about this heating issue than I; Would you mind checking my set up and letting me know if what I have is dangerous? Any temperatures to avoid inside a wooden box? http://buildinprogress.herokuapp.com/projects/118/steps
almost 4 years ago
what's the box made of? nice fans!
almost 4 years ago
The box is cardboard. The fans are keeping the lights cool and the sign is working really well.
almost 4 years ago

Here I have wired up the halogen bulbs and lined the inside of the box with tin-foil to make the sign brighter.

December 12, 2013 at 4:00 PM
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I have place the bulbs inside the box and taped them into place with duct tape. Next we cut a sheet of Perspex to fit the top of the box. I then designed a stencil using Photoshop, printed it out and cut the stencil out with a craft knife. Next I stuck the stencil to the Perspex with glue and covered it with yellow cellophane to add an extra effect. We hope you like it, thank you from Mounir.    

December 12, 2013 at 4:07 PM
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I love how the sign turned out! What font did you use? It reminds me of the Kickstarter font. Any chance you can share a link to your Photoshop file? The edges of the letters look really clean too; great job with the cutting.
almost 4 years ago
thanks!!
almost 4 years ago