In this project we’re 3D printing a Dragon Lamp!
It comes as a kit with different versions. The flame is hollow and designed to fit over a light bulb. The flame is printed in translucent filament to better diffuse the LEDs.
We’re using the Circuit Playground Express to light it up and with its on-board NeoPixel LEDs you can make it look like a real flame!
You can change the colors or program your own animations using CircuitPython. In this guide, we'll get started with tips on how to print without supports and example code for the Circuit Playground Express!
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Circuit Playground Express is the next step towards a perfect introduction to electronics and programming. We've taken the original Circuit Playground Classic and...
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This is your standard USB A-Plug to Micro-USB cable. It's 2 meters long so you'll have plenty of cord to work with for those longer extensions.
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Having a 3D printer without filament is sort of like having a regular printer without paper or ink. And while a lot of printers come with some filament there's a good chance...
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The Ultimaker 2+ is one of our favorite 3D printers on the market. It's a well-built open-source compact machine with an excellent UX. Every inch of the...
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Need a USB jack for charging or powering a project, but don't want to lug around a computer? This switching supply gives a clean regulated output at up to 1000mA! 110 or 240 input,...
This guide was first published on Apr 30, 2019. It was last updated on Apr 30, 2019.
This page (Overview) was last updated on Jun 03, 2020.