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Hi gary ! Sorry for the late answer !Yes, the night wave light app does the blue thing but does't make the white noise neither wake up light.I definitely would like to make all in one around an induction charger for instance it would definitely be the wake up alarm 3.0, if you want we can check this out together, I started a wake up light a while ago and couldn't wait for the relaxing box you did, as you could see I already made one, and really appreciate it, thanks a lot !And looking forward working remotely if interested !Take care,Alex
Thanks a lot man !You made my day, or night ;) I'll try this out and will tel youm , I only had red LEDs but will try with others too.but really great not having to code it ! I checked a bit and it's very very well commented, thanks man !
Hi gary ! Actually a phone app rxist called nightwave or something like this
Very useful rounds on rounds !
Good tuto man, thanks !
Hi Justin,Yes definitely, thank you very much !Actually I thought using LEDs too.I used to build it with a 12 volt bulb from a car, using a voltage generator. But not very beatiful.Now I guess with a small power supply I should reach my goal, using LEDs, I'll check if it's at my actual level to build it.but thanks for sharing it, it's awesome
Oh man, this is absolutely amazing.I tried several times to make some and never found a way to do it electronically, I used a mechanical timer switching on a stepper motor linked with a small rope to a PWM to power a bulb. Epic but hard. And trying with an arduino an screen was so hard, I gave up. Do you have any plans to make it from an arduino UNO ?I'm learning it and would love to reach my dream making my own sunshine alarm.I 3D printed battery free bike light, if interested we could definitely trade our good plans :)Thanks so much for your project and hope to share soon,Regards,Alex
Hi Ir10cent,Thanks for your comment, yes, definitely it could work with gled wood too.I just had the idea to make something really useful with those 3d printing I see some in fablabs harvesting the dust and it broke my heart. So I thought spreading out 3D models and kits would help to use those magical machines.I wish to teach it soon because it could help to understand how AC / DC electricity works About upgrades I guess you were talking about the magnet support isn't it ?it requires a metallic plate to increase the magnetic field, I'm working on it.What is your specific field by the way ? and do you cycle ?
I'm sorry but I don't have the knowledge for that, I tried an expensive harvester at about 120 CAD but even couldn't have what I expected. I'd be really glad to be able to continue. I tried a windmill for the front
My pleasure ! it's made for that !You'll also save on possible fines ;) Keep me informed what you think on the kit I'll definitely try to make it better and better if there are itnerests.
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definitely not,You need power to power your LED and small magnets don't have enough strength to give a sufficient power.It will work, but definitely you'll pay the price by a lower brightness.
Hi man,Wow what a great job, I'm on a way to share a 3D printed kind of reelight light I worked on for several years. Here is one of the models I have and designed a blinking when stopped :Are you still with this kind of stuff in your life ? I'd be really willing to build something together around it.Looking forward hearing from you,Alex
Yes it is another step seing that and being honest, I'm rather using wind that solar panel in bicycle. Seems more appropriate.You'll see that on instructables soon ;)Thanks for your comment and wish to read you soon,Alex
Actually I thought people could see the answer I wrote to you but have to write it public.The battery is a button battery, very tiny.Sure I'm thiking to use outdoors solar lighting to have a good beam,but to be honest, non recyclability of solar cells freezes me a bit.I've got another idea in head, keep instructables feeded soon ;)
Thanks man, tried to do my best to compromise engineering and design
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I used solid but I'm moving on fusion 360 to make it more universal
Thanks man ! I tried out but not seemed to be really really different, maybe magnets were too big, it should be better to have smaller ones chqnging quickly the field through the coil, but really appreciated ! thabks for your suggestion
I actually use PLA which works pretty well, a kit would be very soon online !what is your 3D printer ? ( ps I just received a wood filament, would be interesting ^^ too easy too easy ..)
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