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Alien Abduction Lamp The Original UFO Flying Saucer LED Night Light

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And by that I mean I grew up squashing them and rubbing their bioluminescence on my arms and legs so I too could glow like a superhero or anomaly of evolution. A drill bit of the same diameter was fished out of my drill bits box, and I managed not to injure myself drilling a hole in the bottom of the cow for the piece of sprue to fit into. Cut two pieces from the scrap pan that are the same width as the opening in the back of the UFO and slightly longer. The circle of indoor/outdoor carpet shown in the picture above ended up looking too small under the finished lamp, so I replaced it with a larger circle when I was done.

An energy efficient touch control colour changing LED lighting, giving a polaris effect similar to your planet's Northern Lights; or stealth mode if you need to avoid detection.I painted a black band around the bowl because I only wanted to be able to see the head of the alien but this is optional. When I was finally able to CAREFULLY snap the scribed bits out, I finished up the large hole with a half-round hand-held file. We take intellectual property concerns very seriously, but many of these problems can be resolved directly by the parties involved. To enable personalised advertising (like interest-based ads), we may share your data with our marketing and advertising partners using cookies and other technologies.

Alien pilots that come in peace, real fake grass, scratch resistant acrylic beam and an unsuspecting cow.The "no special trips" rule also went out the window when I had to go back to replace the acrylic glasses I had broken. This required cutting a hole in the bottom of the glass big enough for the LEDs to shine through, but not too big to prevent mounting holes from being drilled around the edges. I first saw the idea for an alien abduction lamp on the internet as an entry in a Five Dollar Challenge. Galvanized steel for the polished metallic finish of the flying saucer, scratch-resistant acrylic for the cone-shaped beam, and even real artificial grass!

The three outer screws hold the plate to the acrylic glass, and the three inner screws hold the reflector to the glass.

When I make this lamp for my son’s bedroom, I think I will use one for underneath the cow, unless it makes the lamp too tippy.

A clear Perspex resin acts as the beam, shining down on the hapless bovine (removable, so you can replace it with Marlon Brando as the abductee if you feel like it) as it’s on the way of being pulled up to the craft. i think it’s the rounded shape of the UFO and the waveyness of your plastic glass, they’re both great touches! Thirdly, if the Martian is abducting the cow with an abduction beam, the cow really does need to be levitating. ThisIsWhyImBroke is reader supported, some products displayed may earn us a commission if you purchase through our links. The antennae on top of the flying saucer is touch-sensitive, allowing you to switch on and off and cycle between three different lighting modes with just a tap.

Here you can see the LED lights on the printed circuit board being fitted into the holes in the reflector .

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