LED spacers, insulators...

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Matjazz
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LED spacers, insulators...

Anybody know where to get these spacers?

I bought these on aliexpress from seller that no longer maintains its shop.


I ordered these on dhgate but never recieve the order (got refunded)

Both images are watermarked “outdoorman” any clue who that is?

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Are those 3D printed? I have no idea, have not seen them before.

EDC rotation:
Convoy S2+, 6*7135, XM-L2 3D, 10 degree TIR, PilotDog lighted tailcap.
Convoy S2+, H17F, XM-L2 4C, lighted tailcap
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mattlward wrote:
Are those 3D printed?

They are injection molded.

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Did you check kaidomain
Xhp50/xml2 can use same isulator, xpg-xpl can use same one

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Did check kaidomain. In general it seems that LED shops stock only centering spacers while I would need something suitable for bare XML that is 3,5-5,0mm high (higher than XM-L).
Alternative is cutting a pice of white tube.

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These spacers are for mule lights or aspheric zoomies?

(Sorry, I have no idea where to buy them either.)

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I don’t know for what type of lights are they intended but I’d use them for bare led to keep it from touching the front glass and to keep MCPCB and wires hidden.

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