Welcome to my Easy LED Flashlight
What do I need?
(1) LED Light--White or Blue. Make sure that on the box it says 3 Volts or more.
(1) AA Battery Holder
(1) 9 Volt Battery Clip
(2) AA Batteries
(1) Altoids Case, Chewing Gum
(1) Push button switch with two leads on the bottom.
Purpose- The purpose of this project is to make an easy, affordable, AA battery LED Flashlight. The light is good for little nooks and crannys, and also for finding your wa around the house at night.
Step 1: Drilling Hole for Pushbutton and LED
Ok, so this is an easy step.
First, with a Sharpie marker, draw a dot where you want to put your Push button and your LED. On my Altoids Flashlight, I put my light on the front, and the PB (Pushbutton) switch on the top.
Take a drill, and drill the holes to size. Make one hole, check it, and then make it bigger if it is needed.
I used a Dremel tool to drill the hole, but you can also easily use a drill.
It cannot be that hard.