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This is a fully open source 3D Printable Ninja Sword Lamp. It is both easy to build (providing you have access to a 3D printer) and very affordable. My total cost to build was less then $32 and I have included links to where I purchased the electronics. These parts can be found from many other vendors. All links provided are not to be considered endorsements. They are simply where I happen to make my purchases. The build took about an hour including the hand filing of 3D prints and was very simple. That time frame does not include the time needed to print the pieces. This lamp is super bright, easy to control and it looks awesome!
Electronics Purchase Links:
1m RGB LED Strip Light Purchased Here: http://adafruit.com/products/285
Special Thanks to for designing the handle To:
You can find the original file here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:38825
The last two files are single files with all the parts. The lamp was intended to be printed in sections so you can customize color options. You could however print it all on one bed in a transparent color providing it would fit.
Print Name And Number Of Times To Be Printed
Layer Height: .27mm
Printer: Replicator 2
Ninja Sword Lamp Color Changing LED's w/ Wireless Remote by Peoples-Exchange is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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