Pricing on Extra Acrylic Layers?

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  • #6342

    Skelanimal
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    Hello.

    Is it possible to order extra layers? Looking to put together a build soon, but very indecisive on colors and considering ordering extra case parts to mix and match. I’d place the regular order, but then would like to purchase an extra Matte Frost and Opaque Sky Blue for layer two, and an extra Matte Frost and Opaque Pink for layer four. Just wondering if this is possible and what the cost would be for the extra parts.

    Thanks!

    #6344

    Hi

    Yes it’s possible.

    After placing an order, just let me know what layers you want as extra.
    Then I’ll send you an invoice through Paypal.

    Here is price table for each layer.

    #6347

    Skelanimal
    Participant

    Thank you for the reply! The chart will be very useful.

    Also, a question on in-switch LEDs: I am planning to build a B.mini R and was hoping to have multiple colors for the in-switch LEDs, but I am not sure if that is possible due to needing specific resistor values for each LED color. Here are some in-switch schemes I was interested in setting up, just want to see which of them, or any of them for that matter, would be possible to do:

     

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    #6353

    Hi

    A in-switch LED has only 1 color.
    It’s not due to resistor’s value. My PCBs just don’t support that function.

    Thanks.
    Hojin.Yi

    #6354

    Skelanimal
    Participant

    Sorry, I should have been a little more descriptive. I know there is no function/ support for RGB in-switches. What I’m looking to do is to solder several different single color LEDs, but apparently I have to use specific resistors depending on the color of the LED being soldered to the board?

    #6355

    Oh, I see.

    Actually 820ohm resistor supports all colors.

    So when you use 820ohm resistors, you can use all different color.

    Thanks.
    Hojin.Yi

    #6356

    Skelanimal
    Participant

    Awesome! Will be placing my order later today. Thank you for being so helpful!

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