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Rav Power Case

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Had the idea to use a battery pack to power a led power strip behind a sign.
I had a Rav Power pack I think I got from a drug store and a cheap led light strip from Walmart. The Mount supports the weight of the battery and gives you a place to put a wire to hang stuff from.
The sign I have shown was just cut out of foam board with a laser cutter.

Rav Power battery
https://www.amazon.com/Portable-Chargers-RAVPower-Technology-Smartphones/dp/B00ZZYBAI2/ref=sr_1_38?keywords=ravpower&qid=1569933328&sr=8-38

Led Light strip
https://www.amazon.com/HUANUO-HNLTV1-S-Backlight-Waterproof-Television/dp/B07GB7GFQ9/ref=sr_1_12?crid=217HRH7HBQGWU&keywords=led+strip+lights&qid=1569933459&sprefix=led%2Caps%2C155&sr=8-12

  • 3D model format: STL

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Hello,
My name is Will but please go by my user name B1inkFish.
I'm not a professional, I just like to make things here and there in my spare time.
I have two 3d printers a Pursa I3 2020 that has been modified to print on a scale of 10'x10'x24' and a weedo 3.1.
I have been using a mixture of software from Microsoft 3d builder to import pictures, kinect scan for 3d scans, tinker cad for quick builds, google blocks for model making in VR, Meshmixer for generic shapes, and sketch up for precise builds.
I was first introduced to 3d models through Tinkercad and I'm currently working on moving my builds over from there. If you like anything you see please leave a comment and let me know!
Thanks for reading, and happy printing.
-Will

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