How to Make a Light-Up Lightbulb Flash Drive

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Step 1: Materials

1 Light bulb
1 Flash Drive w/ built in light. If you do not have one, search instructables on how to add an LED to a flash drive.
1 LED (if needed)

Video Tutorial \/

Step 2: Remove Casing From USB Drive

Remove the casing from the flash drive. Be careful not to damage anything!

Step 3: Remove Filament From Lightbulb.

Break in the filament on the bottom and slowly take it out.

Step 4: Bend the Bottom

Bend the opening on the bottom so it is wider and can house the flash drive.

Step 5: Glue the Flash Drive In

Glue the flash drive in and let it sit.

Step 6: DONE!

YOU ARE DONE!!!!!! YAY!!!!!

For an example of it, watch the video in step 2.

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    Yonatan24

    3 years ago

    Hi, I've added your project to the "Unusual Uses for Light-Bulbs" Collection

    This is the link If you are interested:

    https://www.instructables.com/id/Unusual-Uses-for-L...

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    berky93

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I would suggest filling the entire light bulb with hot glue or clear epoxy, and then breaking off the glass part (to leave a solid glue bulb) that way it is much more durable

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    Yonatan24berky93

    Reply 3 years ago

    ShakeTheFuture did that with Instamorph

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    berky93imthatguy1125

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    That's a good point. Maybe it would be better to coat the inside of the bulb with a thick layer of the epoxy

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    mg0930mg

    10 years ago on Introduction

    There are two problems, one, not enough pictures or details. How do we know this works anyway. Two, the picture on step 2 isn't even yours. Give credit to that person.

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    mg0930mgTheForeignMan

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I didn't say it did not work. I said how do we know? This could and probably does work. I just want to see more pictures...