Original design 7segment LED

by rerofumi, published

Original design 7segment LED by rerofumi Aug 12, 2012

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I was made in the original design of mid-size 7-segment LED.
I tried to make electronic hobby parts, by CNC machines.

making video : http://youtu.be/8MvrWShI3Qo


Segment box was output in the dual extruder of Makerbot replicator.
If you are using a single extruder, crawling on the paper and the diffuser would be good.

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