CRX Copper Tube Light III

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CRX Copper Tube Light III

CRX Copper  Tube Light III - XP-G2 3D - Dual Mode - 10440 - RV Clicky Sw - 140lm.Cree XP-G2 S4 3D emitter
2 Mode driver
Sputnik 10mm TIR
Green GITD bezel
Copper shell & battery sleeve core
Copper & glass reverse clicky switch cover
Rubber switch boot
6mm x 1.5mm green tritium vial
Length – 70mm
Width – 15mm
Weight – 49g (with 10440 cell)
Max – 116lm/ 44lm low

I made this light from some 15mm plumbers tube, copper sheet and other bits & pieces from the parts box.
The reverse clicky switch has a rubber switch boot under the copper & glass cover with a green tritium vial installed.
Two mode, high/ low operated by tightening or loosening the tail after switching on.
Built around a 10440 protected cell.CRX Copper  Tube Light III - XP-G2 3D - Dual Mode - 10440 - RV Clicky Sw - 140lm..

 

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Edited by: CRX on 10/10/2018 - 21:12
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Gorgeous!
Not being too handy myself- I would love to own a hand made CRX creation someday Smile

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How do you thread parts by hand? Especially the female side (I’ve hand cut male threads before with diamond files but no idea how you could do the female side by hand).

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travis wrote:
Gorgeous!
Not being too handy myself- I would love to own a hand made CRX creation someday Smile

Thanks Wink Thumbs Up
Cereal_killer wrote:
How do you thread parts by hand? Especially the female side (I’ve hand cut male threads before with diamond files but no idea how you could do the female side by hand).

I don’t, yet. I have been looking at tap & die sets though.
I’m just a scavenger, those threaded parts are from one of those cheap laser pointers Wink

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Very nice. !!!!! Thumbs Up

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