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LaserCut - candle arch - Schwibbogen Schmiede

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LaserCut - candle arch - Schwibbogen Schmiede by jtronics Dec 1, 2012

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Thats a small candle arch, made of 1 mm plywood. We added some LED-light effects, by using a self made LED flickering modul.
more information and other projects you will find under: jtronics.de/modellbau.html

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Sorry, but I don't sell this circuit in my shop.
All Information to the flame flicker circuit you can find under https://github.com/jtronics/LE.... 

I made one out of matte board and it turned out nice. I redid a lot of the file in Illustrator and eliminated a lot of little parts I couldn't find a use for. I've got some electronics on order, like a Tiny85 to get the lighting  down. But for cheap lighting effect I went to target and got led candles and stripped them out of their cases and poked them up through the matte board bottom. 

I made one but I forgot to peel the product label off the plywood before cutting, and I don't plan to light it, so the enclosure didn't get added. I made a small version that's about 100mm long.

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Thats a small candle arch, made of 1 mm plywood. We added some LED-light effects, by using a self made LED flickering modul.
... it is very easy to assemble all the parts

Here you will find all my other projects on thingiverse.com/jtronics/things

schmiede_original --> large version
schmiede --> new small version (pictures)
schmiede_old_cdr_version --> old coreldraw version

There is also an video on youtube: youtube.com/jtronicstv

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jtronics on Dec 17, 2012 said:

Sorry, but I don't sell this circuit in my shop.
All Information to the flame flicker circuit you can find under https://github.com/jtronics/LE.... 

redruff on Dec 17, 2012 said:

I made one out of matte board and it turned out nice. I redid a lot of the file in Illustrator and eliminated a lot of little parts I couldn't find a use for. I've got some electronics on order, like a Tiny85 to get the lighting  down. But for cheap lighting effect I went to target and got led candles and stripped them out of their cases and poked them up through the matte board bottom. 

JRD on Dec 17, 2012 said:

I made one but I forgot to peel the product label off the plywood before cutting, and I don't plan to light it, so the enclosure didn't get added. I made a small version that's about 100mm long.

redruff on Dec 12, 2012 said:

Do you sell the flame flicker circuit? I see on your website you have a store but can't find the flicker circuit. this is awesome by the way!

red

MattS on Dec 2, 2012 said:

Is this really 1mm ply? That seems really thin. I have a buch of 3mm but will have to search for a supplier of 1mm if that is the thickness used.

jtronics on Dec 2, 2012 said:

The files called schmiede_original are the lager versions of the candle arch.
The files called "schmiede.cdr" and "schmiede_old_cdr_version.cdr" are the newer  and smaller versions of the candle arch. (like on the pictures)

I have added an older file version of coreldraw, named "schmiede_old_cdr_version".

cafelatee on Dec 1, 2012 said:

the best file is schmiede.pdf

cafelatee on Dec 1, 2012 said:

i cant open schmiede.cdr ??!

mnip on Dec 1, 2012 said:

Very nice design.
I can't get schmiede.cdr to open in Coreldraw X5, is it different to schmide_original.cdr ?

Thanks for sharing your great model designs.

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