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Tony Stark Arc Reactor Infinity War & Endgame

by Valertale May 18, 2019
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so, i use cura as my slicer, and i do not have a circle infill pattern option for the outer ring of the decorative lens. i was wondering how you got that infill pattern, and how i can get it? everything looks great by the way!

Thanks for the comment! I used two infill patterns and that's why there's two parts. For the outer piece, I used the tri-hexagon pattern and for the inner piece I used the triangle infill pattern. They're both in the default version of cura and require no custom infill pattern files. I hope this helps!

que tal....me puedes ayudar con los parametros de impresion....esta genial...gracias

Do you have a picture of the backside to see how everything is put together?

Sorry for the late response! I haven't been on thingiverse for a few days. Here's a picture of how the electronics and the sides are fit together. The LEDs are simply hot glued in place and the neodymium magnets hold the arc reactor to the back plate.

What LED to you purchase/go with? Also, was there any soldering involved?

This is where I bought my LED light strip:
https://www.amazon.com/QIWOO-Battery-Powered-Lights-SMD5050/dp/B07P9NNW43/ref=sr_1_53?keywords=usb+led&qid=1558481834&s=gateway&sr=8-53
It's powered by USB so you can power it with portable USB power banks. There was no soldering required at all. I just used hotglue to keep the unwound roll spread through the small housing behind the clear plastic. To give it a blue glow, just print out a blue square and cut it to a shape that will fit between the clear plastic and the LEDs.