Introduction: Pipette Light

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The reason of doing this project is that was a school project of mine this term. i choose pipette for this light becouse, its transeculant easy to shape cheap lightweight and you can find almost any colour.

Step 1:

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First, the color of straw can be any color desired. I prefer the color was yellow. I cut the first part of the long straw.
The cut surface had a wide range of pipette. Pipette 1 / 3 nude
bolted to the end part of the punch fold.

Step 2:

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After reaching the process of adding a certain number, I passed the Pipettes. The hot silicone used pipettes to add to each other. Bonding process is completed

Step 3:

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spectrum was the appearance of the pipettes. This ranges delivered copies of a certain number. Then that is a different color
I cut 5 cm long and increased the number of pipette. I mounted the cut at the tip pipettes, pipettes other colors

Step 4:

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I spent parts of each metal bar in the middle space. This process has increased the strength of the parts. Could have used to combine all the parts together. Bulbs planted in the middle parts of the space. Lighting element was completed.

Note: Incandescent bulbs must be a low-voltage energy. Or are the ingredients melt platinum.

Step 5: Conclusion

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After finishing the whole thing you have to set up the wires for mounting the light and lightbulb. if something happened to your lightbulb after sometime you can put the wings up and change it


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Comments

gserrano701 (author)2011-04-12

Great idea, thanks for sharing

rimar2000 (author)2011-04-12

transeculant = translucent.

Nice design. Reread and fix your texts, please.

Kiteman (author)2011-04-12

If you need help with your English, have a look at this forum.

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