Making a Cheap DIY Led Light Panel from Scrap materials

Making a Cheap DIY Led Light Panel from Scrap materials

How to a make a cheap, DIY LED light panel that looks like a bright daylight window for under $20 USD! I use an old LCD computer monitor to upcycle and reuse the screen to create a super bright flat light panel for almost free. You should never have to pay for a broken computer panel or tv screen and this technique can be done to any sized screen!

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In this video I will show the step by step process of converting a broken LCD panel into a DIY LED panel Light!

The skills of a prop builder are not limited to just anyone type of work. Learning basic electronics, soldering and how modify existing objects is an essential part of being a well rounded builder! This video shows tips and tricks on how to wire the lights, solder, adjust voltages, modify a monitor case and remove a logo. This projects shows you the hard steps and how it can be easily avoided by buying a solder free power supply and true daylight LED light strip. This technique could easily be used to make a giant tv look like a skylight!

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I’m Levi Woods, an Armorsmith and artist working in Vancouver, British Columbia. I love creating new videos to share my shop creations with you. I love all fantasy, medieval and science fiction movies and especially love crafting arms and armour for costumes and props departments. I’ve been building custom armor since 2000 and have worked as a professional movie prop costumer all over the world. When I’m home in my shop I love building art out of wood, metal and leather and love to explore new techniques. I focus on crafting one of a kind extravagant custom projects with including leather and metal armor for my clients who use them for Films, SCA, LARP, Renaissance Festivals, Cosplay, Costume Contests, and Private Collections. As an artist and craftsman, I am inspired and influenced by artisans and crafts people throughout different cultures and history. Join me on my journey of learning and creating as I craft handmade items. “Subscribe now and let’s get over to the bench!”
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