Chip LED Case with Heatsink

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Chip LED Case with Heatsink by c7h Nov 2, 2017
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This is a holder for an chip LED and a 27mm diameter heatsink. No glue is needed - the heatsink is a tight fit and hold the led in place. Add some thermal grease or thermal adhesive
between the led and the heatsink to ensure a good heat transfer between the 2 parts.

I've used these heatsinks and some LEDs

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THAT is the size of the heatsink you're supposed to use for these LEDs?
No wonder they went up in smoke so fast. lol

I don't know if they have the correct dimensions, but they seem to work fine for this kind of LED (~ 1W). I also burned a couple of LED before I decided to get heatsinks. They will get quite hot!