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Max The Magnificent
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Re: A bit of a twist
Max The Magnificent   8/7/2014 3:44:14 PM
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@Dan_e: ...leave it to the pompus Brits to think yours the "Standard Wire Gauge"

Leave it to the Americans to have a sporting event called "The World Series" to which they are pretty much the only contestants. "Oooh, an American baseball team won the World Series ... again!" LOL

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Max The Magnificent   8/7/2014 3:37:15 PM
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@Dan_e: oops - correction it was Max's comment that I was referring to, but I guess it was Steve who didn't seem to understand what AWG was.

Actually, Steve never said he didn't know what AWG was, all he did say was "I believe the American and UK standards are slightly different."

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Dan_e   8/7/2014 3:18:01 PM
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oops - correction it was Max's comment that I was referring to, but I guess it was Steve who didn't seem to understand what AWG was.  

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Re: A bit of a twist
Dan_e   8/7/2014 3:14:56 PM
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@Steve - you must be living under a rock if you have never heard of AWG, and really isn't anything implied by calling it so, other than it is the standard the US. LOL- leave it to the pompus Brits to think yours the "Standard Wire Gauge"!  

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Re: My 4 X 4 X 4 cube
Max The Magnificent   8/7/2014 2:35:44 PM
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@Steve: Here is a link to a test of my 8x8 RGB panels soon to become a cube: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnyQ9YnKcTw

This is looking VERY TASTY!!!

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Re: My 4 X 4 X 4 cube
Steve Manley   8/6/2014 5:06:51 PM
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@Nexusone1984: Just thought I share my own project.

Thanks for sharing this Eric; your cube looks really cool. At least you have a cube, mine is still under construction, so a bit of envey on my part lol.

Here is a link to a test of my 8x8 RGB panels soon to become a cube: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnyQ9YnKcTw

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My 4 X 4 X 4 cube
nexusone1984   8/6/2014 4:02:29 PM
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Just thouht I share my own project

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcEABiIn0Og&list=UU4bP6i5kyXhXE-N6W27F_Mg

Eric

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Re: A bit of a twist
Steve Manley   8/6/2014 12:12:16 PM
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@Max: t's so cute when they try to re-invent something and stick the word "American" in front of it as though to imply that their wire gauge is better than anyone elses

LOL

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Steve Manley   8/6/2014 12:06:04 PM
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Sorry my last post should have been @antedeluvian not Snap.

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Re: A bit of a twist
Max The Magnificent   8/6/2014 12:05:35 PM
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@Steve: SWG means Standard Wire Gauge which defines the wire's diameter.

As you know, I'm from the UK, so I didn't even think about your reference to SWG in your blog -- but in the past I have run into the fact that no one here in the USA seems to know what it means. Over here, the little scamps use AWG (American Wire Gauge) -- it's so cute when they try to re-invent something and stick the word "American" in front of it as though to imply that their wire gauge is better than anyone elses LOL

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