Light Switch Cover

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Summary I needed a light switch cover to keep the outside motion-sensor triggered lights powered without rewiring. I also wanted to be able to leave one side open for when you really do want to adjust the switch. I found this one on the site: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6688 I made it and it worked, but it's too thin on one side and I wanted to print it on glow-in-the-dark PLA so I could see switches when the lights were off & it didn't print well on PLA. SO, I started from scratch and made my first Fusion 360 project. I've shared the STL and what I think are all of the Fusion files you'll need to recreate it. It turned out great - much more solid and it glows well. For stability, I printed it with 100% infill, but it's probably not necessary. Note: I printed this flat side down (not sure why the Thing Viewer rotated it) Print Settings Printer: Flash Forge Creator Pro Rafts: Yes Supports: No Resolution: .20mm Infill: 100% Notes: I don't think the 100% infill is needed except that it helps the thing glow in the dark :-) Note: I printed this flat side down (not sure why the Thing Viewer rotated it)

Design Files

File Size

LightCover.stl
467 KB

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