DIY Battery Powered LED Task Light — Design No. 2 — 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 using organic curves, and I’m able to test out many different techniques like bent lamination, making wooden hinges, and constructing sliding mechanics.

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

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The tools I use in this video:

Quick Grip Clamps:
Mini Quick-grip:
Irwin Pull Saw:
Ryobi Drill Press:
3D Printer Anycubic I3 Mega:
Knurled Nut:
10mm Magninates:
CA Glue:
Fastcap Gluebot:
Empire 6-inch Combo Square:
Ridgid Sander:
Jet 14″ Bandsaw:
General Finishes Arm-R-Seal:
Camera Slider:

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Modustrial Maker says:

had to smash that thumbs up button immediately after seeing that stop motion intro!!

abe frohman says:

Very cool

MrMaritoJavier says:


Blake Weber says:

These are awesome! Really enjoyed it!

Lance Forrest says:

Keep pushing videos out like this and you’ll hit 100k subs in no time. Very original. Please. No river tables

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