Super Star Lights

200 CCP Spider Web

This lighted spider web is made from 200 Cosmic Color Pixel lights zip tied to a 16 ft thick rope spider web. The 16 ft thick rope spider web has 3 attach points. The attach points are on a triangle that measures 16x16x16 feet. The web can be purchased on the "Purchase" page at http://www.spiderwebman.net. Scroll down to the bottom of the "purchase" page to find the 16 ft thick rope spider web. Below is a diagram showing where the lights are attached to the web. The web has color coded marks on it at each spot where a Cosmic Color Pixel is to be zip tied to the web. You can print the diagrams (using the PDF downloads) and use them while attaching the lights to make sure you are using the correct locations.

The sequences for the 200 CCP Spider Web are on the "Sequence" purchase page here on this web site. Scroll down to the bottom of the "Sequence" purchase page and look for "4 CCR" Sequences. At the time of this writing there are two sequences available, "Ghost Busters" and "This is Halloween".

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Diagram showing where strings 1 and strings 2 are attached. The 16 ft thick rope spider web will have a green number for the location of each light of string 1. It will have a blue number for the location of each light of string 2. The light closest to the controller is pixel #1. The direction of the number is the suggested direction the pixel should be pointing.

The black arrows in the diagram with the numbers 1, 2, and 3 point to the ends of the spider web. To identify the ends of the 16 ft thick rope spider web, end #1 will have 1 zip tie, end #2 will have 2 zip ties, and end #3 will have 3 zip ties.
PDF Download of Diagram 1 (Above)
Word DOCX Download of Diagram 1 (Above)

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Diagram showing where strings 3 and strings 4 are attached. The 16 ft thick rope spider web will have a red number for the location of each light of string 1. It will have a black number for the location of each light of string 2. The light closest to the controller is Pixel #1. The direction of the number is the suggested direction the pixel should be pointing.

The black arrows in the diagram with the numbers 1, 2, and 3 point to the ends of the spider web. To identify the ends of the 16 ft thick rope spider web, end #1 will have 1 zip tie, end #2 will have 2 zip ties, and end #3 will have 3 zip ties.
PDF Download of Diagram 2 (Above)
Word DOCX Download of Diagram 2 (Above)


Close up showing how the lights are zip tied to the rope. The zip tie should be fastened around the middle of the light and the zip tie. The marks on the spider web will be where the middle of the light is to be located. In other words, the zip tie should be located right at the mark. Note that due to slight variations in each web, you may not be able to place the pixels exactly on the marks, but place them as close to the marks as possible.


Close up showing how the lights are zip tied to the rope and how you can position the wires at intersections. The zip tie should be fastened around the middle of the light and the zip tie. The marks on the spider web will be where the middle of the light is to be located. In other words, the zip tie should be located right at the mark. Note that due to slight variations in each web, you may not be able to place the pixels exactly on the marks, but place them as close to the marks as possible.

Downloads:
Zip Tie Diagram 1 PDF
Zip Tie Diagram 1 Word DOCX
Zip Tie Diagram 2 PDF
Zip Tie Diagram 2 Word DOCX