This is a remix from thing #1929165. I added a holder [for battery and switch and/or MCU] and a holder for a RGB led. I used a 500mAH LiPo 3.7V battery, mini slide SPST switch and 10mm RGB led.
The only caveat to the original one is that you can’t open and close the eye since the battery holder is covering it. I just opened the eye so that the led light will be shown.
The STL file description:
switchcover.stl is the holder for battery, mini switch and electronics
ledhole.stl is the holder of the 10mm RGB led. (1st lighting option)
NeoHolderv2.stl is the holder for the RGB NeoPixel. (2nd lighting option)
You will have to drill a hole in the original part (shown above) for the LED wires or NeoPixel wires.
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