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relix
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Post by relix » Thu Nov 07, 2002 1:13 pm

Unit: LK202-24-USB
Case: Midi Tower Case
Difficulty: Easy
Other: Cut the hole with a stanley-knife


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...whatever, as if I care...

brevduva
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The cube

Post by brevduva » Fri Nov 08, 2002 11:29 am

Heres my ongoing project, the LCD is not in place though...

Waiting for my IXT-board from VIA to arrive, and then it's basically done :)

Well heres some pics, I'll post more when it's completed.
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Post by 3dgameman.com » Fri Nov 08, 2002 6:42 pm

This is the very cool looking BLK202A LCD:

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Post by certhas » Sun Nov 24, 2002 7:14 am

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i still dont know how to photograph a lcd... :roll:
more pics at http://member.ycn.com/~certhas/case/case.htm

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Post by mrhaz » Tue Nov 26, 2002 4:29 pm

Unit : LK204-25-PC
Difficulty : 3/10

I mounted this display in a clear window - pretty simple stuff, it is secured to the window simply using the standard mounting kit.
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Post by Lord_pheaton » Sun Dec 01, 2002 2:58 am

well i'll get in the fray,
Difficulty: whole project, pain in the... VFD mounting medium.
unit: VK204-25

The vfd is mounted in a high polished peice of opaque black acrylic which is mounted into the case with industrial velcro so that it can be easily removed for transport. when its off almost no one knows its there but it is really noticable when it on and running.
i used a Mo VFD with blue filter on this puppy, placed 4th in the summer CPL. the picture was taken by cold dog because i couldn't find a good one that showed the LCD nicely. it in the middle under the monitor if you wanted to know.

the text was custom programed to fade in and scroll of to the left making it hard to get a good pic of cus the went by kind of fast.
here a pic of the whole unit in good light.( i took the pic just as the text was cycling)
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Here are my efforts #1

Post by tigermain » Mon Dec 09, 2002 3:40 pm

Unit: LK204-25PC
Software: LCDriver (1.2)
Case: Custom etched panelled case
Difficulty: medium
Other: Just used for winamp out put. Mounted in custom made front bezel

for full article go:

http://www.moddin.net/project.asp?ProjectID=5
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My efforts #2

Post by tigermain » Mon Dec 09, 2002 3:42 pm

Unit: LK204-25PC
Software: LCDC
Case: CM ACTS201 - Project :: Lava
Difficulty: Quite Hard
Other: Mounted behind a sheet of red perspex, and attached to ha)(ored Lian Li mousemat frame ;)

Start of article:

http://www.moddin.net/project.asp?ProjectID=8
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Post by Cheese » Wed Dec 18, 2002 3:07 am

Unit: LK202-24-USB-R (i think!)
Software: Anything
Case: VapoChill PE, Titanium
Easy?: Yep.
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Post by tigermain » Fri Dec 20, 2002 5:22 pm

Unit: LK202a
Software: LCDC
Case: BeanTech BT80 Clear Case
Difficulty: Easy as pie
Other: Used a http://www.kustom.co.uk bay plate

Many more pics @
http://www.moddin.net/project.asp?ProjectID=10
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Post by littledave » Mon Dec 23, 2002 1:20 pm

Just got me a matrix orbital. What ya think.

Unit: LK204-25-WB-V
Software: LCDC
Case: Clear PC
Difficulty: Easy Very Easy
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hea we go~~~~

Post by SpLiZaaT » Thu Dec 26, 2002 5:28 pm

UNIT: BLK202A LCD
Software: LCDC
Case: YYcube Black
Difficuly: Too easy to be true


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Just a quick pic or two

Post by Bellerophon » Sun Dec 29, 2002 10:03 pm

UNIT: BLK202A LCD
Software: LCDC...what else?
Case: Antec 1040B
Difficuly: none

More can be seen in my Gallery

sorry the big one isn't an MO! Though if I was sent one, I'd love to review another :wink:
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Custom Clear Acrylic PC w/2041 Blue LCD

Post by trioptek » Tue Feb 11, 2003 9:12 am

Unit: LCD2041-WB-V
Software: LCDC
Case: Clear Acrylic PC
Difficulty: Easy
Other: I always loved the look of a clear PC, so I decided to do one. I used the LCD2041 to display weather, Winamp, memory usage and network traffic, processor speed, and system uptime. Also, notice the yellow ground wire running to all of the components. Something not too many people realize is that an acrylic PC case offers no grounding, and can be very dangerous if the components are not grounded like they are when installed in a metal case that has been grounded to the power supply. Just a little side note. :) Also, the DVD-ROM has been custom painted, and the top cut out so you can see the disc spin - although it needs an LED to light the spinning disc.

Not a sales pitch by any means, but if you like this case, you might take a look at it on ebay - the fun for me is building them and then I like to move on.


Hope you like. Send comments to trioptek@speakeasy.net
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Post by Mat-Moo » Thu Feb 13, 2003 4:21 am

Unit: BLK202A-R (but with special edition keypad in red as well)
Software: LCDC (like I'm gonna use anything else!)
Case: Juno p6 full tower
Difficulty: Easish as long as your are carefull with your measuring (and a pillar drill makes it easier still)
Other: I added LEDs to the bottom using the GPOs carefully drilling so as to not damage the track. I want to add 2 more to the top (if space allows) but want to order 4 blue 3mm leds for it :) They are used as temp and e-mail at the moment.

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(sorry about the contrast, but you get the idea!)

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