LED Integrated Lightsaber Internals
by Benifir, published
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This is the a lightsaber I designed over a month or so. I integrated red and blue led's, which allows for Red, Blue, and Purple colors. I intended to create an outer sleeve that looks like a traditional lighsaber to put this in, but I don't currently have the time. Likewise with fixing some of the parts to be stronger or fit better. There are a few things I would redesign.
Print the pieces needed, and assemble it according to the explosion diagram. Some parts you will need to print multiples of, again see the diagram.
Most of the parts are glued together using ABS glue (I printed it in ABS). If you are using PLA, use epoxy. Of course you don't have to wire it up for LED's.
For ABS and PLA USE EPOXY TO ATTACH THE RODS AROUND THE CRYSTAL CHAMBER && print BatteryPartHooks at 100% infill, they like to break
Depending on the tolerance of your printer you will have to sand and in some placed drill to get a good fit.
Also important to note, there is a piece on the diagram that is a circle with two holes, instead use the SurfaceAreaMOD piece in its place.
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