Introduction: Flux Capacitor
Welcome to my Flux capacitor Instructable!
This is very easy, and I used spare parts I had left over from other projects
Takes about 2 hours to make.
less than $10 to make
Step 1: Materials
The metal casing piece I got from the junk yard
2: tubing (white)
4: Led lights
5: Toggle Switch
6: PVC corner pieces
7: Flex tubing
8: Hot glue gun
9: electrical tape
Step 2: Plan the Layout
If you are making this... You know what is
You have the design memorized
I drew a big Y in the middle to see where would be working and cut and plan accordingly
I added some research pics for you to see.
I went red to match my car.
Step 3: Put in the Plugs and Lights
Sorry I don't have alot of pics of the process but it's easier than you think.
I got lucky with the holes in casing. It had holes already where I needed.
If you don't have the holes, drill them where needed.
Slide the led lights into the white tubing
go in through the top of left top of the Y
down to the bottom, then back up to the right side of the Y
Hot glue the tubing down.
Now put the "spark plugs" in and mount them in position
Wire the light positive and negatives to the switch and battery compartment
use electrical tape on the wires and its that easy!
Step 4: My Finished Project
I know I went a little off with my design, but works great for me.
you don't have to be perfect with it. Leave wires showing inside for effect if you want.
I didn't put a cover/face on it
I used red instead of white lights.
I designed this for my car, but I made it portable for now.
Eventually it will be a nightlight or wall decor lighting :)
Very simple to switch from battery pack to wall plug
Any questions, or if I didn't explain something enough please let me know!
Comments are welcome :)
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