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August 24, 2017 AT 7:00 am

Triforce 3D Lamp #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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G0057Y shared this project on Thingiverse!

This is a 3D Lamp model of the Triforce from Legend of Zelda saga games.

It is designed for 4x 5mm bulb LEDs, but can be used withs smd. Make sure you use the proper circuit to light it up. I used 3v 20mA LEDs, in sets of two, with a 150ohm resistance

Button cap with Hylian Shield Desgin with a 3mmx2mm hole to insert the square button pin.

The hollow yellow pyramids must be glued in position, but it has a 3mm overgrowth so they fit right in.

Brightness depends on the LED you use, but its not a reading lamp, just decorative.

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