Why not a wire with a plug so each screen had it's own connection. Or a ring terminal and that would go under a screw that comes from the module?Another question though:
On the woodland scenics grass applicator you can see that instead of having a wire run to metal mesh that the grass falls through, there is instead a spiked metal plate that sits above the mesh and makes no contact with it.
Would this be a better method to charge the grass than having a wire connected to the mesh directly? because I'd like to avoid running a wire to the mesh if possible, that way it would allow me to make multiple covers with different sized meshes.
yeah I have a little jar of static grass, it's very short though.Why not a wire with a plug so each screen had it's own connection. Or a ring terminal and that would go under a screw that comes from the module?
After watching all those and more Youtubes about this, there was one talking about the "grass" it's self. Are you using the right kind? Something called "static grass"?
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