[guyfrom7up] must really really love LEDs. When he needed some lighting, which would obviously be LED powered, he chose to actually build a giant LED. Well, he didn’t actually build a giant functional LED, but rather an LED shaped diffuser for some high powered LEDs. He takes us through the process of first creating a wooden model, using that to create a mold, then forming the final diffuser. The final product is very well done, and instantly identifiable by any geek.
15 thoughts on “Giant LED Lamp”
nice, can’t beat a bit of geek chic!
That’s so funny. I like it. I’m glad he used high power LEDs though, or it just would have been stupid.
That is so freaking cool. I build little led spot lamps with the plastic base from burned out cfl light bulbs, they do the job quite nicely.
what would steve say?
which one is the anod?
But is one of the legs longer than the other?
That is freakin’ awesome!!!
Do the legs have a square profile?
Fantastic! Very well done..
This is genius….
Very cool. I wish I had one.
YAY more pointles instructables reposts…
I bet he could make a good bit of money if he put that into mass production. I’d be first in line to buy one!
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