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Fiat Lux! The rallying cry of every scientist, engineer, handyman, or anyone that has to work on small fiddly bits. You can never have enough light when working ...
The first step is to gather your materials. In the picture is everything you need. Starting from the left, you'll see: - An old CPU cooler. LEDs need ...
The mount is the hardest part of the project since it requires specialized equipment like a mill. Don't worry, though, it's not too bad! The basic idea is ...
The next step is to attach the main lamp components together. You'll need the LED plate, your mounting block, the heatsink, some thermal paste, screws, and a drill/tap ...
Now for the LED driving circuit. The aluminum box is one I picked up at Fry's; just about anything the right size will do. Drill some holes on ...
We're almost done! You now need to finish the wiring on the lamp side. Solder the ground wire and the fan negative to the minus tab of the ...
And we're done! The lamp really is absurdly bright--the background in this picture looks dark but is really normal room lighting. There is so much light that everything ...
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