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TV Picture Frame
by JBFromOZ, published
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Its a wedding invitation.
A very special one off wedding invitation.
This is a project that has been on my mind for a year or so, and when I saw my first reprap in August this year, I knew this was the solution! so i built a printer, and here it is!
Its a picture frame, its a TV, its a digital photo frame shaped like an old style TV, with a built in voice recorder (120s) for a message to go along with the slideshow.
Take one of these... http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/260690754034
print some bits...
make a TV Picture Frame.
THIS IS HTVI HAPPY TV INTERNATIONAL WISHING YOU HAPPY NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD 24 HOURS A DAY!
More work to do, designing TV box, finishing On/Off switch (working) and finalising dimensions..
stuff will change before it is finished... count on it.
First draft of "wooden box" added, 2 pole rotary switch now added. (uses balls from 608Z bearings I cut open, and a couple of springs. centre drill for wiring. (possibly printed hole depending on how it holds up to printing, last one melted pretty badly
Switch now works to turn the audio sample on and off, yet to get second pole of switch to activate the video screen, something for tomorrow.
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