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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Here's something simple I created to help bundle and organize fiber optic strands when lighting models. There are 5 sets here... the LED wire go in the hole at the bottom of the bucket. Wrap your fibers in bundles using any kind of tape into a taper. Slide the tapered end of the taped fiber bundle thru the tube until it's nice and snug. Use white glue to glue the fibers in the tube. Once dry, trim the fibers even to the end of the tube then plug the tube into the bucket and all the fibers in that bundle are now lit evenly! The tube and bucket should fit together nice and snugly so no need to glue them together. This way you can have access to the LED if it needs to be replaced without having cut or re-thread your fibers thru shrink tube. May make a pack in different sizes later, but would love to hear your experiences and suggestions. Hope you all enjoy, lemme know!