September 9, 2015 AT 10:00 am
3D Printed Sewable LED Sockets #WearableWednesday
Ever sew through-hole LEDs onto a garment like studded spikes, just to have the smushed flat the moment you lean on something and stress the wire leads? Thingiverse user
ArizonaClark has an STL for that:
I needed a way to mount a standard 5mm LED onto my “wearable” project (a Santa hat). I created this little
sewable mount, and printed it with NinjaFlex. (I used “ Semitransparent White“, printed at 100% fill).
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