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Milwaukee M12 lantern/torch

by ksuszka Apr 18, 2018
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Hey, is there a Version for bosch professional batterys? If there isn't one, could you temix it like the other one in your profile?

Unfortunately, I didn't make one when I had Bosch battery borrowed. At the moment I don't have a free time to spare and I don't own Bosch battery so I wouldn't be able to test it anyway, but if you want to give it a try, here are source files for both designs:

It should be possible to merge them.

I may try to merge them in the future, but for sure, I won't be able to do so in the following weeks.

Hey, what size of thread is that on the top ? I want to print some adapter's to thread on, for different connectors and different applications.

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It was made using Fusion 360's standard thread tool with settings "ISO Metric profile", M45x2.

thanks to share this. i will make a adapter to 12v Metabo-Drill. so i can use this part.

anyone else have a problem with these melting because the strip LED's get too hot, both the led support and the lantern housing melted after having it on for about a half hour, gonna print in abs next

It probably depends on the material and the strip used. I printed everything using PETG and I use 1,5m of 60 per meter, SMD3528 white LEDs. So my strip draws around 7.5W at 12.6V (fully charged batteries). It seems to be within limits of PETG I use.
If you use more powerful LED strip or material with lower heat resistance then I can imagine it won't hold.
Unfortunately, I don't know the maximum power vs material ratio, but we could try to build such list - could you share your setup?
I updated description to warn others.