Crystal Nightlight

by DragonMountainDesign, published

Crystal Nightlight by DragonMountainDesign Aug 19, 2017


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Keep things that go BUMP in the night at bay with a glowing crystal nightlight!

See it in action: https://youtu.be/R-lqVgWjFFc

More information, full parts list, and DIY instructions: http://dragonmountaindesign.com/2017/08/18/crystal-nightlight/

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Support only needed for CN-TriggerBottom! Brim setting may be required for CN-TriggerTop and CN-TriggerBottom.

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Love the looks of this! It would be cool if you had an alternate base option so a lazy guy like me could just shove a color changing tealight in it, like this http://amzn.to/2z3p7bj
EDIT: I liked it so much I featured it in the front of the thingiverse Engineering group.

Thank you so much!

As an engineer, I'm usually really particular about what goes where and in what size, but I threw that all out the window when designing the crystal portion. Made one and then blindly used the copy/scale/move features in Fusion 360 until I was satisfied with the cluster. It was painful at first, but I like how it turned out. If you're interested, I can send you a STEP file of the bottom housing and you can chop everything out of it. ;)

Is this yours on that DreamLab Industries website? Pretty cool!

I don't think so? I'm not familiar with DreamLab Industries. Do you have a link?

In any case, glad you like it!

Ah, thank you for that. The two are definitely not the same.

I noticed that too after looking at theirs again. Sorry mate :-)