Remote Controlled Mood Lighting

I would like to present my home project. Darts combined with infrared port controlled lighting and mood light. Please follow the design and construction process.

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Step 1: As a First Step, I Explored the Options.

I chose a multicolor led, then I picked an infrared control card with a remote control.

Step 2: The Second Step Is to Design the Infrared Electronics Box and the LED Holder. the LED Holder Must Consist of Four Pieces to Fit the Bed of the 3D Printer.

Simple shape design, optimum lighting angle of

40 degrees. Grid structure due to low material consumption.

The design of the electronics box had to take
into account the fixing and safety of the electronics.

Step 3: The Third Step, Manufacturing.

I have made an illustration of the process, please see below.

Step 4: The Result !

Printing time: About 17 hours

Material: ABS (Black), D1.75mm

Glue: Sky Art, gel

Paint: Acrylic matte black

Sandpaper: Reikel, Grit 120

Some parameters:

Layer height: 0.15mm

Shell thickness: 1.2mm

Top thickness:1.2mm

Fill Density: 50%

Print Speed: 60mm/s

Printing temperature: 238°C

Bed temperature: 72°C

Support type: Touching buildplate

Platform adhesion type: Brim

Thank you for watching ! :)

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    Norbi91Penolopy Bulnick

    Reply 18 days ago

    Thank you for your comment. :) I'm glad if anyone likes my instructable.