Introduction: Illuminated Helping Hands
I'm using helping hands regulary. Most of the time I work at night and i hate when a I can't see what am I soldering. So I've decided to make an easy led light that can be added to regular helping hands.
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Step 1: Parts & Tools
Parts you'll need :
- Helping hands
- 3V button cell battery (CR2032)
- 3V battery holder
- Heat shrink tubink
- Couple of wires
Tools you'll need :
- Soldering iron + solder
- Lighter (for heat shrink tubing)
Step 2: Putting It Together
Solder wire to positive lead of battery and negative lead to swtich. Then to solder positive lead to LED and other side of switch to negative lead of LED. Then glue all of it to the back of helping hands.
Step 3: Finished !
You're finished. It's easy, fast and usefull so go ahead !
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