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ISS Indicate

A project in Indianapolis, IN by Doug Keenan

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A decorative LED light that displays an iconic graphic of the International Space Station orbiting the Earth.
Backers: 28
Average Pledge Per Backer: $42

Funded: $1,170 of $240
Dates: Nov 13th -> Dec 13th (30 days)
Project By: Doug Keenan
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And we're off!

December 13th - via:
I am so very grateful for all you outstanding backers of this project!  Thanks to you it was more successful than anticipated.  Of course that means more parts to cut - but not that many, and my expectation is that all orders will be shipped by... (Read More)

Special Edition reward added

December 8th - via:
Same design only framed in black acrylic including two LED strips (blue and white) for a stunning 3D effect. (Read More)


November 29th - via:
Difficult to wire.  The black acrylic looks great in ambient light but the text disappears otherwise.  (Read More)

First five roll off the line!

November 26th - via:
Cutter at least. No wiring yet but these units are acrylic-complete.  Switches and panel mounts on order and expected this week. (Read More)

Nine stations

November 25th - via:
First run of ISS pieces. Nine of them took a little over two hours. (Read More)

Shell pieces

November 24th - via:
This is good for about four or five units.  Cut from pieces cleaned up around the workplace, two jobs at once! (Read More)

Production begins

November 18th - via:
Nine earths from a 2'x2' piece of acrylic.  (Read More)

Problem found

November 16th - via:
The power jack ... really?  Yep, the supply is all good except for the barrel jack at the end of the cable.  Tests dead short even disconnected from everything.  Good thing I tore it up to find that out. Important note - this is not the power... (Read More)

Well well dead wall wart

November 16th - via:
Since building the ISS light I've been "burning it in" using a 19V adapter.  After about a week of constant operation it went dark on me this morning.  Dreading disassembly and diagnosis, swapping known good parts quickly determined the 19V power... (Read More)

Thanks backers!

November 15th - via:
I'll start work on your lights immediately, ready for shipment come project completion. (Read More)

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