Free 3D-printable models designed by Zheng3
Bloxen, Sconce

This bloxen will hold an LED and battery.

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Construction is snap-together. LED and battery not included!

Insert a LED into the socket. Bend the leads of the LED into the grooves on the side of the socket.

Put a battery into the socket’s mortise. If the LED doesn’t light up, flip the battery around.

Slide the socket into the bloxen and snap it into place. The two tenons on the bloxen should fit into the battery mortise, pushing the battery up and helping secure the socket to the bloxen.

Cap the LED with the torch diffuser.

This uses a DL1025 or equivalent battery. Amazon sells them for about two bucks.

This bloxen looks really cool with a candle flicker LED inside.

The sconce bloxen and socket also have bores cut through them in case you want to drive the LED with an Arduino or a different power source. Two 22 gauge hookup wires should just fit.