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This tutorial will show you how to assemble a Badge Kit. The Badge Kit is unique in that it uses a piece of cardboard which has been pre-printed with ...
The parts that you'll need: 1 x Bare Paint Pen (or any conductive paint to draw a circuit with) 2 x Octopus Badge (or any circuit drawing of your ow...
Having a couple of tools will make the job easier. We'd suggest a pair of side cutters to clip the legs off of the LED's and something like an eyeglas...
The first step is to poke holes in the cardboard so you can put the legs of the battery and LED through. Make sure to poke the holes on top of the + a...
Put the LED through the badge with the positive leg (the longer one) on the right and bend the legs back. In the photo above you can see the legs of ...
Take out your Bare Paint Pen and put a few drops of paint on top of the legs of the LED. You want to electrically connect the legs of the LED to the s...
Now, grab your battery. The battery has a + and a - just like the LED. The + is the leg that is attached to the top of the battery and it bends over t...
Remove the plastic paper from the pin and attach to the badge back. That's it, you're done! Wear your badge with pride!
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