Jurassic DIY Lamp

About: Hi, i'm a guy who is like to build stuff if i need something or i like something i want to make it, and if it's need some new skills i learn them while i'm making:)

Hy, I'm Ben from Hungary and i'm a Bionics engineer student. This is my first instructables project. I hope u will enjoy it:) So let's start. (Sorry if sometimes my english not perfect)

Step 1: What U Need?

1x piece of wood

1xpattern (i downloaded one from the web)

4x red led (i used 3mm)

4x 470 Ohms resistors

1x 9v battery

1x 9v battery clip connector

1x toggle switch

1x soldering iron

1x solder wire

1x some wire

1x glue gun

1x wood jig saw blade

1x wood drill + hole circle saw

some sandpaper

+1 friend who is keen on with Jurassic Park:)

Step 2: Let's Begin

Cutting out the shape. I don't any expensive professional tool, so i used only handtools. That step could be easier if you have professional wood tools. After the cutting use the sandpaper to take away the strings.

Step 3: Backligths

It's a simple circuit. LEDs need 20mA for the perfect brightness( more mA could burn out the LEDs), so u need the 470 Ohm resistors. Some glue i fixed the leds and the cabels. With the toggle switch you can turn on/off the LEDs. After that i put two spacer on the back so the lamp can be drill to the wall.

I hope you enjoyed ma little project. I really loved working on it, and it teached me you can do whatever what you can imagine:)

Thanks for watching and have a nice day! :)

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    Dylan91dathcha

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you. I'm so happy becouse of your comment. if you finish your own one pls share the picture:)
    And if you liked that project check my t-rex skull lamp i'm sure you're gonna like that too:)

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    mersetaxlawDylan91

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    I just did! Best of luck in this contest, and thank you for the excellent advice on how to make this lamp even better! You'll go far with Instructables like these!

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    Dylan91mersetaxlaw

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you soooo much for that comment. I never could imagine i could get an super positive feedback like yours. I'm soo Happy. One more time thank you so much and good luck for your own project. I have an advice for your lamp. It can be look much cooler if you add some flourescenc white paint for the "Jurassic park" title. Have a nice day and good work!