LittleBits Light Saber

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Intro: LittleBits Light Saber

You want to make a Light Saber out of wood and LittleBits?

Step 1: Find Material That You Want to Make Your Saber Out Of

Step 2: Get a LittleBits Power Module With 9v Battery

Step 3: Get a LittleBits Light Wire

Step 4: Get Clear Tape

Step 5: Build Light Saber

a) connect LittleBits power module to the light wire

b) Wrap light wire with power around your sword material

c) Secure the sword and lights together with clear tape

Step 6: Turn on Power and Enjoy

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    14 Discussions

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    suyashtheman

    2 years ago

    good job you could use a tube to cover

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    nikbgs217

    4 years ago

    Great job lil man! You have an amazing great future! Never Stop Growing in Knowledge and Passion! Always ask Questions! There are never odd questions, Only Questions will grow passion in our minds and heart!

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    There are odd questions. but those odd questions are the ones that get noticed and spark great ideas in the minds of young and old. an odd question actually shuldn't be called an odd question so much as a great question.

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    aalbejar

    4 years ago

    Nicky from your biggest fans! Keep thinking of cool and great things to make;) that will spark everyone's imagination- Ana & Jose

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    Mo0k

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Beautiful, yet some water tube may look more cute:>

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    tinaciousz

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Love this. Could be interesting to buy some thick mylar and create a tube to cover the beam!

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    radiograf

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Looks fun, for a more friendly version try sheathing the wood with foam pipe lagging before wrapping it with the EL wire.

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    TroyW1

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Good job Nicky, Can't wait to see what you build next time.

    Keep up the good work.

    Your friend Troy :-)