I printed the "Tiny Whoop gate. For Blade inductrix, tinywhoop, eachine E010 and others", and it was great. The only thing I was not happy with using Zip Ties or electric tape to hold the LED's in place. I thought this is 3D printed, it should be printed with everything installed.
So I made and printed an LED Clip. I did this to attach the LED's to the gates I had already printed. And if you already printed this gate, with out my modification, you can print the clip I made to hold your LED's in place. It will look much nicer than electric tape, and I think looks better than Zip Ties and with out the sharp tips that usually happen when cutting the end off a Zip Tie.
If you have not already printed this gate, you can print it with my modification and the LED's will slip on to each section and hold them in place with nothing extra added.
The way I attached the LED's is I just threaded them between the gate and the holder. I started in the middle of one side and just started feeding it through all the way around. I believe it took 63" of LED's to make it all the way around. I pulled the LED's all the way through the first holder until I could carefully wedge the wires under that holder. I then fed them all the way around until I got to the end, with about 1/4" to 1/2" extra. I then stuffed that extra under the end with the wire as best as I could. So far that has held the LED's in place good enough.
Hopefully it will work for you too and you will have as much success as I have had with them. Thanks Megabug for the original design :-)
The original only used 5% infill, and I did not even try 5%. I always have a problem printing an infill that low. It is probably a problem with settings, but If it is, I have not figured it out yet.