10th Sonic Screwdriver

by DalekSupreme, published

10th Sonic Screwdriver by DalekSupreme Apr 2, 2014
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This Sonic Screwdriver is around 6in tall.
The files include a solid whole screwdriver and a disassembled hollow screwdriver.
Note the disassembled version will be a tight fit, recommended resizing of 1% or more.

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Really Cool! I Made it. Waiting for the paint to dry to post. I ran out of materials so I desoldered a button from a pedometer, ripped apart a Ethernet cable for the copper wires, and used a trinket's blue led and batteries.

The LED could be found at most electronics stores (RadioShack). I do not know the exact size of the batteries, but they were 3 small hearing-aid batteries. I found mine at Walgreens. Another thing I found was a small ringer that fit into the bottom cap (RadioShack).

Nice! Where did you go to purchase an LED and battery to fit your screwdriver?