Introduction: How I Costum My Glasses by Adding a LED

In this Instructable I will show you how I add a LED lamp to my glasses.

Step 1: Materiels

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1- Super glue.

2- Hotglue.

3- Lighter with a built in LED lamp.

4- Hacksaw or this costum saw/knife cutter I made (instructable for the project from here).

Step 2: Opening the Lighter

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1- I Took apart the lighter.

2- I took the plastic piece where the LED lamp was inserted and I cut it in half using the sawblad.

3- I sand the plastic piece with a fill then sandpaper.

Step 3:

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1- I measured the bottom of the plastic piece.
2- I cut off a piece of plastic from CD case.

3- I put super glue in the bottom of the red piece

4- I glued the plastic piece from the CD case in place

Step 4:

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1- I took the front plastic piece that hold the LED lamp and cut it in half.
2- I put the LED in place to make sure everything works fine.
3- After I removed the LED lamp I paint the pieces with black matt sparycan.

Step 5:

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1- I put LED lamp in the case, I put some super glue, then I glued the front piece in place.
2- I put hot glue in the Bottom of the piece.
3- I glued the LED case in the side of my glasses.
I hope you liked this Instructable, thank you.

Comments

craftvideos (author)2016-11-11

Love the design - VOTED

MedProjects (author)craftvideos2016-11-14

thank you

itsarshad (author)2016-11-10

nice idea .. you should use hot glue .. to change batteries easily

MedProjects (author)itsarshad2016-11-10

Yes I will do that, thank you :D

3366carlos (author)2016-11-08

very good.

MedProjects (author)3366carlos2016-11-08

thank you!

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Bio: Mohamed El Makrini known as Ironman, my super power is to learn and build new things with my hands, this is my Youtube channel "MedProjects ... More »
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