Top Clip for Ikea DIODER LED strip - Ultimaker
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Adjusted clip from mpatoulachik for IKEA Ledberg LED strips. This new clip is for positioning 2 IKEA LED DIODER strips on the top of your Ultimaker. LED's are facing down on your object. Now in combo with the original LED clips from mpatoulachik(scaled down 0.88), on the front of the Ultimaker, you can have all 4 Ikea LED DIODER 4-piece lighting strips for a perfect view of your 3d object during printing.
I've started with the design from mpatoulachik (the Ledberg LED clip design scaled down to 0.88) for the front and the new clips for on top of the Ultimaker. I've used the Ikea LED DIODER 4-piece lighting strip set.
2 clips per strip. In my case I've guided the cords through the tiny hole in the corners of the Ultimaker and nicely through the cableducts on the inside. (=> I had to cut the cords and re-attach it at the bottom)
Also didn't connect the LED's to the Ultimaker's own power supply... Personally I don't feel the need to do this. So in this setup it uses it's own power (with switch at the back).
This is for the IKEA DIODER 4-piece lighting strip set, white:
Article Number : 001.194.19
P.s. Looks like Christmas is coming early this year with these LED's. ;-)
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