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Cyberpunk Spikes

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Cyberpunk Spikes by adafruit Mar 5, 2014

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This cyberpunk inspired accessory works perfect with an Adafruit 60m NeoPixel medium density strip. Two varieties: small spikes and a lavish crystal-inspired variation where each spike is a different shape and size giving the strip variation. The spikes are hollowed making cavities that allow them to fully illuminate. Designed for printing with NinjaFlex filament.

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Print with NinjaFlex filament @225 with non-heated build plate. Mount a 60m NeoPixel strip with Permatex 66B silicone adhesive. Wedge some magnets into the sheathing of the neopixel strip with the magnets wrapped in tape to prevent shorting any connections underneath the strip. Match up the magnets so that the strip is held from inside your garment.

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Any chance of getting a version of the strips with different numbers of spikes? The 16 strips are (just) too big to fit on my printbed.

I agree :( Can't print this it's just too big for my M2

I would try using a slicing program, then gluing them together. I don't know if this would work in reality, but with what I know it should. Best of luck to the both of you!

this is crazy i had planned to make something almost identically like this. I love Ninjaflex and adafruit!

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