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Build this handy little torch that can be kept in spaces smaller than a matchbox and be left feeling all dandy. BEWARE this is not a project for the u...
You Need: 1) a small LED 2) 330 ohm resistor 3) battery clip (hard shell type) 4) hot glue 5) 9V battery 6) Black permanent marker Equipment: -Solder...
pry open and remove both wires including the metal tabs that held them
Note: solder the positive lead of the LED to the resistor (the LED and resistor leads have to be cut off as short as possible to save space as there i...
Test the circuit by pushing the battery clip onto the 9V battery and pushing the negative lead of the LED onto the negative terminal of the battery. ...
If the LED glows when you tested the circuit you are ready for closing the batery clip. It might take some squeezing to get it all in the right place ...
Cut the wires extending out of the battery clip to about 7mm. Put a blob of hot glue on it. Once the hot glue has hardened colour it in with black viv...
Heres the finished light. smaller than the one you can buy. I think it would be possible to use two LED's to make it brighter, or use a larger LED (5m...
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