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Mini Flashlight

by degroof, published

Mini Flashlight by degroof May 6, 2010

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Description

A simple flashlight using a 20mm coin cell and jumbo LED. Can be used as a stand-alone object or built into a larger design (e.g. keychain).

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These were perfect for a class project with my 4th graders. Quick to print and just the right size. We made simple circuits with them and used these to mount the batteries and be the switch. Great hands-on learning for the kids.

Truly genius! An engineer ’s dream; being integral in every phases of the project from inspiration to design with the ultimate proof of concept the creation of an actual device. Processes of this scale permit simple design to be validated and applied to complex solutions. It alters the engineering process paradigm. Proces s iterations are revolutionary strides not evolutionary drudge. The design of the unthinkable unburdens engineers and theorists from the risk of colossal failure. I applaud the creators of this technology and their goals of enabling anyone with the desire to create using inexpensive desktop RAD solu tions. Our planet will never look back! Well done.

when sell them for raves?

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Mini Flashlight by degroof is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Instructions

LED\\'s positive (long) lead goes on the bottom, negative lead threads through holes in bracket.

Light is activated by pushing on top (acting as a momentary pushbutton).

These were perfect for a class project with my 4th graders. Quick to print and just the right size. We made simple circuits with them and used these to mount the batteries and be the switch. Great hands-on learning for the kids.

Truly genius! An engineer ’s dream; being integral in every phases of the project from inspiration to design with the ultimate proof of concept the creation of an actual device. Processes of this scale permit simple design to be validated and applied to complex solutions. It alters the engineering process paradigm. Proces s iterations are revolutionary strides not evolutionary drudge. The design of the unthinkable unburdens engineers and theorists from the risk of colossal failure. I applaud the creators of this technology and their goals of enabling anyone with the desire to create using inexpensive desktop RAD solu tions. Our planet will never look back! Well done.

when sell them for raves?

Looks nice how well dose the top stay on?

Like it allot, how much more can it be simplified?

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