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  • How to build a Flexible LED curtain Display by LED strips controlled by SD Card controller, How to build a SD card controled FLEXIBLE LED Display 
Here is going to show you how to build a FLEXIBLE "ROLL AND FOLDABLE" LED Display. cheap easy and very useful

DIY VIDEO .: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbdvrfwr6Sg


TOOLS .:
You don’t need that much tools and spare parts the most important tools and parts you need are.:

Side cutter (sharp)
Screwdrivers mix (cross, slot, big & small)
Hot Iron (sharp tip)
Solder (thin)
Heat gun
shrinkable tubing
Puncher (to hole the Plane)
Detergent (cleaning)




For first you going to buy, order or just collect all the needed Components for this Project, the most accessories are Optional means they’re modified for my project you can change the accessories like color waterproof or none of the led strip, color of the controller, The Surface you can change to different materials or colors.

We offer all the accessories and assembling parts for this project and many other LED projects (TOP PRICE TOP QUALITY incl. WARRANTY) so we will assist you for questions and Price inquires.

Step. 1

For first prepare all your assembling parts:
Cut 2cm shrink tube pieces (soldering place)
Cut the connection wires or each strip
Cut shrink tube pieces cover it over your wire connection (use the heat gun to make them tight)
Cut your Power +red and ground wires you need (for the controller and for the Power supply)
Create a LED file in your software we send you by the assembling kit and transfer it to the SD card to proof if everything works well

Step. 2

Calculate the length of the LED strip you have to cut, depend on your requested LED DISPLAY END SIZE !
Remind to include the vertical distance of each string line into your calculation.

Example.
Strip Length , Strip width + your customized distance of each string. Means

if you want to build a 1000mm high display go on like that. 1000 / strip width + distance = how many strip lines you have to cut !

Now you’re able to cut your calculated numbers of LED strings on your requested length.

Step. 3

After you cut all the strings place it to a flat place which is convenient for you to work on it I prefer a table .
Place the strips flat in position if it’s easier for you fix each one to the table by tape. !
Use the hot iron to soldering one by one strip don’t change the wires, we also offer fast connectors to connect the strip without soldering It’s just the cheapest way but racially not the fastest.
Soldering the strips in a series circuit means the start of the first strip is every time INPUT, you can start everywhere you want with the INPUT but later in the software you have to change or setup. !
Don’t forget to cover a short 20mm pcs shrink tube over the strip before you soldering the wire otherwise you have to remove the solder again and cover the shrink tube it’s easier to cover them before.

Step. 4

After you solder (connect) each strip with the other and make a short test give the strips power and try a test with the LED file and its successful, cover the shrinking tube over the solder place and use the Heat gun to make it tightly and secured.
After use the heat gun you should bring the strip lines and the connecting wire in ENDPOSITION hold it by hand till the shrink tube will become cold and tight after some seconds it’s tight and will not move again stay in position. !

Step. 5

Now you move the strip construct by side, add your Plane surface to the Table, and clean it careful.
Place your LED strip construct to the surface.
BRING IT IN POSITION use the meter stick to fix each distance that the strip construct later Placed well in exactly the middle of your surface.
Now you can fix the first LED strip line peel the paper from the backside of the strip (glue), hold one side to the up and start from the other side to fix it.
Use your meter stick or caliper to recheck if your strip is straight in position..!
IMPORTANT.: If you start to place the first line awry the deviation in the end will be much bigger and later show each awry placements and BIG deviation.

Step. 6

Now you fixed the whole LED construct to the Surface it’s time to check it again, connect it to power again, if workable we go on like that...
Use the Puncher to place a little hole EXACLY under the start of the LED strip Input, put the input wire through the hole.
Place the SD controller on the backside of the surface by adhesive tape double sided, connect the wires from the input with the SD controller, connect your power supply and you’re done.

Step. 7

Join, sell, rent, advertise and so on…. There are many ways to get out your invested Money Time and Power of this Project.

If I forget some important Notes please reply us or recheck in the Video also for information about the products the strip the power supply finished products and so on we’d like to help you fast as possible



Thanks for watching....., Media Rooms Design

    How to build a Flexib...

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  • To Strip or Not to Strip, Our small master bedroom has not been touched since we bought our house 4 years ago!  With several openings, this bedroom has little wall space for our storage needs.  Currently, with the waterbed, two dressers, the dog's crate, and a wardrobe, the room is packed.  We like the Matisse print on the wall, and are in a debate. Carpet vs. hardwoods and painted vs. natural wood window mouldings!  Feedback needed!, Bedrooms Design

    To Strip or Not to St...

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  • Doublewide Master with new flooring, Tufted Headboard was left in our mobile when we purchased the home and was my inspiration, Bedrooms Design

    Doublewide Master wi...

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  • Whew!  One more room to strip., This is my final big project.  All of that wallpaper is coming down and I am trying to decide on a wall color.  Any sugestions?, Bedrooms Design

    Whew! One more room...

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  • Photographer's bathroom, This is the bathroom for my home photography studio.  The black and white border was painted on and then 4x5 pictures were affixed to the wall to make it look like a film strip.  The large images are 16x20 size.  All pictures are of my daughters playing with toilet paper., Bathrooms Design

    Photographer's bathroo...

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  • Tropical Getaway, When i created this room i wanted to feel like i was in a tropical paridise. I painted the walls to look like a tropical sunset i filled the room with all my favorite things that inspire me. I bordered the ceiling with hibiscus flower string lights which give the room a soft glow at night., Girls' Rooms Design

    Tropical Getaway

    3 photos, 1,619 Views, Flag

  • HELP!!, Last steps needed to finish kitchen redo--need help, Kitchens Design

    HELP!!

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  • stripe jailed bathroom, Purcased house in 2001 with master bathroom solid white: counters cabinets tub sinks floors tiles walls.  Added burgandy strip wallpaper.  Now wallpaper is awful and floors are impossible to keep clean!, Bathrooms Design

    stripe jailed bathroom

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  • home inside white on white on white, this is the inside of my home i just got a grant to make it wheelchair friendly , Other Spaces Design

    home inside white on ...

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  • Traveling through space and time on very low budget, disadvantages of years of wall paper on top of wall paper, Bathrooms Design

    Traveling through spac...

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  • I LOVE MY NEW BATH!, I didn't do much posting but did take in a lot of the advice from the various threads (this is a great resource. This is a relatively small master bath and the toilet is in a tiny alcove so you'll just have to trust me that there is a toilet in the room. :-) Please excuse the before photos, I think I was so sick of the room I gave up on tidying it up.  
, Bathrooms Design

    I LOVE MY NEW BA...

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  • Front Entrance Strip and Repaint...and Polish, Front Entrance to a brownstone in downtown Jersey City.  , Home Exterior Design

    Front Entrance Strip ...

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  • Condo Kitchen, This is in a small condo so I didn't want to go over the top but I wanted it to look good. I stripped and stained the existing cabinets installed granite tiled a small backsplash installed a new sink hardware fixtures and new appliances. The 70's lighting is in progress and I'll post what I did with it soon., Kitchens Design

    Condo Kitchen

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  • Bad Strip and Stain Job, I have a great kitchen space and would like to utilise it as best possible.  I tried stripping and staining the cabinets but they just did not turn out good.  I used a stain that also has the polyutherane, thinking that would make my job a little easier.  Now I have cabinets with two different tones and I am so frustrated.  I would also like to create a little eating area under the window without bringing in a whole dining table.  Also, an island would be nice to add work space. What do you think., Kitchens Design

    Bad Strip and Stain J...

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  • Upper Deck, This deck is about 1200 sq feet and sits on top of the 3 car garage and entrance breezeway.  You enter this deck from a 13 foot high spiral staircase off the pool area.  It has a grass area on top along with a covered cabana and full sectional in front of a fireplace.  It offer 360 degree view of the entire vegas valley and strip, Patios & Decks Design

    Upper Deck

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  • Grace's bedroom (teen), Grace's room is 10 X 10. Clearly a tiny bedroom! She and I collaborated on her room this summer. I finished it while she was in Europe. Since her sister is away at college, she could move to the bigger room, but she likes her small space! Like many of us,  money is a concern for me (kids in college!) so I worked hard to stay on budget and I did!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Grace's bedroom (teen...

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  • My Garden and landscaping, English garden natural stone walkways small padio. Early spring 2007 will up date when all is in full bloom., Gardens Design

    My Garden and landsca...

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  • Zero Lot Backyard, I have a zero lot home with a small, long and narrow backyard.  I added more concrete to the side of the small covered porch and a 5-ft. L-shaped deck.  The seat lifts for storage space.  , Gardens Design

    Zero Lot Backyard

    11 photos, 920 Views, Flag

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