3d printed led lightsaber help needed

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Day Spartan

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Hello fellow sabersmiths, am looking for some advice.



I've been try to make my own lightsaber for a while now with no luck. I've 3d printed all my parts from here Modular Lightsaber - 25 Saber Parts by Z9ld and using the twist part Modular Lightsaber UPGRADE: Electronic core (Light+sound) by enbager so that I can place a battery inside the twist part. Got some idea of who to wire it up but nothing I do is working. Could anyone please look over these and tell me where am going wrong thank you. For the button i've been using I simple on-off one as I can seem to work out how to wire up the 4 pin led button. Plus am really not sure on the type of resistor am using.
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levallois

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All your resistors have same value :
Brown - Black - Black - Yellow - Brown [100*10kΩ ±1% ]
or Brown - Yellow - Black - Black - Brown [140*1Ω ±1% ]

So I think you have eight 140Ω resistors.

The 4 pin LED switch have 2 pins for LED and 2 Pins for switch.


Without specificity of your items (LED, HightPower LED… ) it will be complicated to have the good "values"

Maybe, this is the simple schem you looking-for
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