See the descriptive picture for assembly.
Base: Added hash marks to the outer edge.
Inner Eye: Added 5mm length
Removed inner turn on knob, made hole and cutout for latching button.
Created channel for button terminal
Hole and channel added to run (-) negative wire from button terminal to leds.
Holes added to secure together with 1.75 filament
What you need thats unprinted:
-20mm metal discs, used for battery contacts. I used thin sheet metal and sanded it up to 2000 grit.
-(x2) 2032 Disc Batteries
-a couple scraps of wiring for leds
Latching Buttons from amazon : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07JZGZQN4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
LED's similar to the one's I had on hand.
Original Top Face
Original Eye Lid Top
Original Eye Lid Bottom
LED Diffuser (Translucent )
Remixed Inner Eye
Bend one terminal from the button 90 degrees, toward the base of the button. Solder This terminal to the edge of one of the contacts (-). bend it the rest of the way over the switch, you want this to be as flush as possible.
Insert, button down, into the inner eye, lining up the left over terminal to the channel provided. It's a little tricky to line it up at first, but it will go in fairly easily. Depending on your printers accuracy, you may need to trim some room so the button sits flush at the bottom, its meant to be a tight fit. I also used a small dab of glue here, to make sure it stayed in place.
Drop in both 2032 Batteries, with the (-) facing down.
Solder a different wire to the center of the other contact (+). Feed the wire through the center of the "contact protector" (flat side toward contact), then glue the contact to the protector, again making it as flush as possible.
Drop your LED's into the LED housing, the pins should drop right into the holes, the leds should click into place. glue is not necessary here, but again, up to you.
wire up your leds, solder your positive battery contact to the appropriate pin, and a wire to the negative (-) pins, to go out the channel on the side of the contact protector/ inner eye. keep limited space in mind (sloppy solders take up more space, this is a tight fit lol)
glue diffusor over led housing. dab hot glue between lead housing and contact protector, to make sure pins dont cross and to make installation easier.
Feed the wire through the side channel of the inner eye as you insert the Led housing/contact protector/+ Contact. At this point, when that wire touches the terminal for the button, the button is hot and leds should lightup. Test this function before jamming filament into the holes to seal it up. Once the filament scraps are jammed into the holes of the inner eye/led housing, snip them flush and melt with soldering iron tip or similar tool.