3D Printing Filament Friday #85 - 3D Printed LED Light Bulb and Edison Light Bulb Experiment

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Chuck was inspired after a trip to Greenfield Village in Dearborn, MI to reproduce an Edison Light bulb and then a 3D Printed LED light bulb. He shows you how he did both in this weeks Filament Friday. The LED bulb was printed on a MP Select Mini 3D Printer using semi transparent PLA. The Base was printed in PLA black. The design was based on a Thingiverse.com design and then the base was modified.
He added a little electronics to the project with a jumbo white LED run off a 9v battery. See how it all worked out in this episode of Filament Friday.

Based on Light Bulb Design:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:165329

My Modified Design:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1799406

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