This is a flashlight for Milwaukee M12 battery. It has a head with an adjustable angle, made from MR16 led bulb.
To assembly it, you will need:
- 3d printed lamp head.
- 3d printed upper piece of the body.
- 3d printed lower piece of the body.
- 3-5W MR16 led bulb with a radiator with M28x1 thread (see photos)
- 2x 8mm length M3 screw
- 3x 16mm length M3 screw
- 2 pieces of 6.3mm spade male connectors
- 1 piece of 21x15mm rocker on/off switch
- 10cm of 2-wire cable
- soldering iron
My led bulb uses almost 5 Watts and gets really hot (over 60°C) so printing lamp head with plain PLA may be not enough. I used PETG and it is holding ok. PLA could be probably used after "baking".
There seems to be a lot of MR16 led bulbs with M28x1 thread on aliexpress. I checked MR16 bulb from this page and it fits the thread perfectly. Bear in mind that power of those bulb is greatly exaggerated, 9W bulb in reality draws around 3W.
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