DIY Battery Powered LED Task Light — Design No. 1 — Woodworking

In this video I build a custom LED Task Light that folds up to store away when not in use.

I built two different light fixtures this week. The lamp featured in this video is made to articulate as much as possible. I feature a lot of varied techniques including, woodworking, metal working, and concrete casting.

If you have any question, feel free to ask in the comments below.

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The tools I use:

Fondant Tools:
Quick Grip Clamps:
Mini Quick-grip:
Swag Offroad Portaband Table:
Milwaukee Portaband:
Ryobi Drill Press:
Fastcap Gluebot:
Empire 6-inch Combo Square:
Ridgid Sander:
Jet 14″ Bandsaw:
Camera Slider:
12″ Shinwa Ruler:
Paste Wax:
General Finishes Water Based Topcoat

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Hobbysnedkeren says:

Wow, just wow. These are great. Very nice lines and overall look. Very creative solutions for base, assembly and ball joint.

Dimitrios Lykissas says:

Taxidermy eyes???

VishousDhestroyer says:

Cool stop motion! Reminds me of Frank Howarth! Beautiful lamp too

Uğur Irakeyn Bıyık says:


Modustrial Maker says:

Thanks for the shout out! This lamp came out awesome as well….can’t decide which one I like more. Oh, and congrats on 20k!

Lance Forrest says:

Love both of them

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