DJ Aman
DJ Aman

newbie
Location: Lodi Heights, Michigan
Member Since: 26th Mar 2007
Total posts: 34
Posted:Does anyone know if they exist? I google searched it and all I got were regular fans that light up. ubbloco

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brittle
brittle

member
Location: leicester, uk
Member Since: 27th May 2006
Total posts: 131
Posted:have only seen these once in a vid about burning man. i guess these were either made or modified by the user

sorry cant be any more help


What to do in case of fire??? LET IT BURN!

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DJ Aman
DJ Aman

newbie
Location: Lodi Heights, Michigan
Member Since: 26th Mar 2007
Total posts: 34
Posted:hmm.. I don't know much about fans but what material would you need to build such a peice. I'm guessing metal but.. maybe I don't have to use that since I'm not using fire.

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Brenn
Brenn

Will carpal your tunnel in a minute.
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Member Since: 28th Jun 2004
Total posts: 3286
Posted:I have a friend who plans to make some prototype fans in the not too distant future. I imagine they would be the same materials as normal glow staves. i.e. PVC, polycarbonate, LED's etc.

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Sisu
Sisu

stranger
Location: Peace River, Canada
Member Since: 26th Oct 2010
Total posts: 7
Posted:My husband and I own a welding company (Hell 'N' Back Welding Ltd.) and we just created some LED fans. They're 14 inches long, use Energizer flashlights with LED sticks on the end and are really durable because we used a coil on the end to hold the LED lights which mean it's like they have a spring on each LED (it's great because you can easily screw them in but they don't come out and if you drop them it acts as a nice shock absorber).
Check em out:



We've got pics on FB of the fan making process too and what they look like up close if anyone's interested.
We're probably going to start selling these through Etsy.


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happyinmotion
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Member Since: 7th May 2007
Total posts: 42
Posted:I'm working on it:








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