Instructables: exploring - technology - light - cool - lamp - featured Sun, 5 Jul 2015 20:00:51 PDT BLOX v1.01 Make An L.E.D Emblem Light!
Make An L.E.D Emblem Light! - More DIY How To Projects]]> mist8k How to make this cool L.E.D lit emblem using a sheet of acrylic. You can also watch the video for more guidance. What you needThick A5 sheet of clear acrylic plastic.Base - I used the lid from a Lego boxStrip of colour changing L.E.DsHot glueStencil of emblem or custom stencil Rotary tool with atta...
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Wed, 1 Oct 2014 10:07:28 PDT
Halo LED Lamp beta
Halo LED Lamp beta - More DIY How To Projects]]> theerikjohnson Show your Halo pride with this simple LED light. I saw this design on Xbox live years ago and loved it. So I made a T-shirt of it over at for a buddy ( Turns out, a lot of people dug it. So I’m trying my hand at thi...
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Mon, 17 Oct 2011 15:24:13 PDT
EL wire Steam Burton bonsai (steampunk)
EL wire Steam Burton bonsai (steampunk) - More DIY How To Projects]]> stico Hi everyone, My project is a dead bonsaï recycled as a El lamp. I'm sorry but i've lost my datas recently and most of my making off pictures have been deleted :( I'l try to explain this design as close to the original as possible. Feel free to rate it and If you have any questions, just ask! Tool...
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Tue, 3 Aug 2010 16:40:52 PDT
Mad Scientists Light
Mad Scientists Light - More DIY How To Projects]]> tim-1138 A Maker friendly version of the Tube Lamp by Nik Willmore. a captivating Light source suitable for normal usage and able to be dimmed down like a nice relaxing night light Intro / Disclaimer *Disclaimer* This Project involves Live electrical current and wiring, although it is not too complicated,...
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Thu, 6 Apr 2006 19:10:52 PDT
Cosmic Light With LEDs Embedded in Resin
Cosmic Light With LEDs Embedded in Resin - More DIY How To Projects]]> technoplastique I wanted to make a light out of resin that used LEDs but no soldering (I know a lot of people don't solder, and there are probably a few like me that can do it but don't really like to do it.) It's powered by a couple of coin batteries so it's easy to work on without any risk of shock. And the fin...
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Sun, 1 Jul 2007 01:36:34 PDT