Thrunite Ti2 UV 10180 & Tailswitch Mod

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Thrunite Ti2 UV 10180 & Tailswitch Mod

3535 365-370nm UV on 10mm sinkpad
ZWB2 glass
Reverse clicky
10180 cell

Edited by: CRX on 10/12/2016 - 08:58
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Nice job, CRX as always!
What is the switch button made of? Were you able to get ZWB2 glass filter in correct size or filed it somehow? I’ve only seen ZWB2 in the 20mm range for Convoy S2 and the like.

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Thanks mate, the switch is a neo magnet and the zwb2 glass is sanded down from a 20mm one with a diamond file.

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Did you file it with a Dremel ? I was considering filing down a ZWB2 glass to 10mm to mod my BLF-348 Smile
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X3 wrote:
Did you file it with a Dremel ? I was considering filing down a ZWB2 glass to 10mm to mod my BLF-348

You could use a rotary tool to get it to the rough shape, the ZWB2 chips very easily and i have better results sanding it down by hand.