Small floodlight for use on or in models, such as model boats or dockyard dioramas. To be completed with SMD LED.
Reprapworld Beagle Standard
...Or, if you want a corrugated look (cooling ribs anyone?) print on 0.3mm layer height ;-)
I added files for a single set, and for 6 sets.
After printing, check the holes on the back and drill out if needed.
Then solder two very thin wires to an SMD LED (I used coil wire from a discarded motor, very thin and insulated by a thin layer of laquer, and 0508 SMD LED's). Wire the leads through the holes and glue the LED in place, nicely centered. Plug the holes with little drops of CA glue, place the floodlights such that they face UP and fill with a couple drops of clear casting resin - or device up an alternative way to make up the "glass" such as gluing a piece of transparent foil over the front.
Then snap the flootlight in its bracket and glue the assembly to your model or diorama.
When you connect the LED, make sure you use an appropriate resistor or LED driver or else your LED will burn out in seconds...
Drawn in SolidWorks, tried and tested on several printers among which an Ultimaker2 and Felix 3D-printer.