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Express Yourself With A Customized 3D Printed LED Belt Buckle #AdafruitWeekendProject

Light up the scene with this stylish 3D Printed LED belt buckle! This is a 6 piece design that uses GEMMA and three NeoPixels to illuminate the 3D Printed cover. Express yourself by customizing the front design to match your style.

This guide will show you how to customize, assemble and print the buckle that is sure to turn heads.

Prerequisite guides:
Introducing GEMMA
NeoPixel Überguide

You will need:
GEMMA board or Trinket
Three FLORA NeoPixels or One NeoPixel Stick
Thin Wire
Soldering iron and solder
Small LiPo Battery
MakerBot Adafruit Edition
Canvas Belt

Full tutorial


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