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December 31, 2015 AT 1:00 pm

3D Printed LEGO light switch cover anyone?

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Chris Hull shared on Thingiverse:

LEGO LIGHT SWITCH COVER

Replace your boring household light switch covers with something a little more interesting. Connect your favorite Lego pieces or Mini Figs to create a wall mounted Lego landscape around your switch! Fits most standard code light switch assemblies. You can use existing screws.

this thing was designed, realized and printed in the phenomenal Engineering dept. of New River Community College, under the guidance and encouragement of Jeff Levy. For more info about the NRC Engineering Design Technology program, click here:
http://www.nr.edu/cadd/

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