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Water Activated Flashlight Tube

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Water Activated Flashlight Tube by Lasersaber Sep 15, 2014
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Super easy 3D printed NS coil tubes work great for making a water activated flashlight.

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Print with support.
Watch the video: http://youtu.be/GSdu1vsSt0M
Build details and links here: http://laserhacker.com/?p=443

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plz where can i find SN coil

Doesn't that top need some support since it is a 90 degree overhang?

Thanks for pointing that out. I update the instructions.

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No problem I was hoping you had a way of doing it without support as I hate support on my models as nothing I have tried seems to leave the model nice. I had one I just made for my post box flag and it tore the bottom all up. Oh, it did support the very large overhang but it was so ragged afterward. :/

I had no issues printing this without support. It may be a Delta vs Cartesian difference. The bed moving may cause a support to be needed.

Exactly, and if I ever make another printer it must have a non moving bed. I will allow an elevator style bed but no Y, or X, movement on it. Numerous reasons for not wanting a moving bed. :)

I can agree with that. I chose the delta as it has the most agility and the biggest print envelope. If you built your own, then I think you would enjoy building a Rostock Max. They have a great community. @Lasersaber has an Orion, which is a delta as well. I really like your ideas Lasersaber, keep it up.

I actually am not that much into a Delta but I love SCARA based bots since I was a child watching them make cars and stuff. Too bad there isn't a worry free SCARA 3d printer yet.

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