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LED Light Clip

by walter, published

LED Light Clip by walter Jan 28, 2013
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Small clip to hold a LED and batteries. Works with 2 x CR2016 batteries or 1 x CR2032 battery. Supports multiple LEDs.

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-- Afinia H480*

Filaments:
-- Octave Gray ABS
-- Afinia Orange ABS

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I wanna mod this into a super-mini LED flashlight...at some point.
:)

I just printed 20 for my wife, she loves the idea of having them scattered around when we have a party in the garden

Seems to be like the one I did http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:33003http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... . I like the ribs to guide the leds, nice addition.

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I like how yours uses the base as the flexible part and has the finger grips to bend it, that seems like a better design.

This is awesome! I happen to live in an older neighbourhood that suffers from frequent power outages. I'm printing a bunch of these.

Cool, it's pretty amazing that I can upload a design and real objects start appearing in other parts of the world.

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