OpenForge Cut-Stone OpenLOCK Battery Base
by devonjones, published
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- All 3 printed parts
- Aluminum foil strip, 3 inches wide
- Hobby knife and or wire cutters to clip the aluminum foil to length
- CR2032 battery (see the torch wall for a recommendation of where to get one)
Important Note: At every step you can, test with an LED to make sure all the connections are still working fine. You are going to be super unhappy if you glue the top on and then it stops working because you didn't test.
Glue the top down (yes, this means that the battery is glued in, so try not to waste it. They should get ~ 20-30 hours). Prime and paint.
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