An updated BOM has been added as well as 4 new parts. These parts are new cores for housing the electronics. Both versions have a hole in the bottom of the core for a micro USB slot that goes directly to the SFX board. This will allow for charging of the battery without having to take the boogie bomb apart. One version is designed for a large red power button and the other for a small SPDT switch. Both options, the button and the switch, can be found on Adafruit (part numbers: 805, 1683).
Beloved by many and completely ignored by everybody else: the Boogie Bomb from Fortnite Battle Royale.
Watch it in action on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZH9pTrePMBQ
There are a lot of parts to this build and even more electronic parts sourced on Adafruit.com.
A full bill of materials for the electronics and an assembly tutorial will be coming soon, so I'm labeling this as a "Wok-In-Progress" build.
For now, feel free to print all the files and paint the globe in preparation. The painting method I used is demonstrated in the YouTube video.
If you have any questions, write me a comment and I'll get back to you as soon as I can!
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I use OnShape for all of my designs.
Onshape is a free browser-based CAD software that has a similar workflow and feature-set to SolidWorks.