New guide!  LED Noodle Shop Sign « Adafruit Industries - Makers, Hackers, Artists, Designers & Engineers!

New guide! LED Noodle Shop Sign « Adafruit Industries – Makers, Hackers, Artists, Designers & Engineers!

3D print and build neon signs for LEGO mini builds with LED lattice! This 3D printed sign features three LED noodles that are press-fitted and shaped like a pasta, bowl, and chopsticks. The wires are cleverly routed behind the tag and powered by a coin cell battery holder.

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LED Noodle – Red

LED Noodle – Blue

LED Noodle – Yellow

CR2032 coin cell battery holder

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