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Rapid Mini-light Kit White LED Class Pack

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Brand: Rapid  MPN: 13-0155 
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This simple but interesting project has been designed by Rapid's technical team for Key Stages 1, 2 & 3 students. It will help them to make a fully working White LED mini-light from the parts supplied in this great kit. The classpack is supplied in a handy storage tray with lid, containing sufficient components for 20 mini-lights.

  • Batteries and LEDs
  • Plastazote foam core
  • High impact polystyrene outer layers
  • Super-bright Mini-light is an updated version using a modern white LED
  • Suitable for Key Stages 1, 2 & 3 (ages 5 to 14)
  • Supplied in classpacks of 20

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Quantity 20
Type Mini-light project kit

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04 January 2013 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 13-0155
Q. Do the kits come with 9mm foam or 6mm?
A. Hi Ross. Thank you for your question. This kit uses 3 batteries per unit so the foam is 9mm.

27 April 2012 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 13-0155
Q. Hi, Please could you tell me how many kits are in a pack. Many thanks.
A. Thanks for your enquiry Rob. 1 pack contains 20 kits.


Year 7 Staple

Reviewed by: Colin Richards - 24 September 2019
I use this kit every year with the new Year 7s. It can be used to introduce safe working, ideas, evaluating ideas as well as an end product, developing ideas to work within design constraints, isometric drawing, use of hand tools, fretsaws, drills, and hot wire cutters, polymers, vacuum forming (if you do a blister package design as well)... The kit means they can get into the workshop and start making within just a few lessons and I use it to assess their accuracy, etc. Everything you need is included except key rings and adhesive (I either use UHU solvent-based glue or double-sided tape, depending on method of construction: either cut HIPS first, then glue and trim foam with hot wire cutter; or alternatively, assemble with tape and cut all in one go with hand tools or fretsaw).

Brighten up a Kid's Day with a Mini-light

Reviewed by: David Hall - 05 February 2013
Dozens of youngsters have made these lights on our activity stand at air-shows. We attach double-sided Rapid tape on both sides of one of the covers and one side of the other. For the pictures we print two A4 sheets of 4x5 2" square aircraft pictures, and laminate back to back, then separate, so each picture has a laminated face, and can be stuck to the cover that has the two layers of double sided. Continue with the mini-light as normal. Really, the blue plastic is too thick for primary pupils to squeeze to make the light work. A piece of battery cardboard stuck in the middle helps. Thinner plastic is preferable; it can also be cut to shape with scissors easier, to make special shapes (Concorde eg).. Contact for a leaflet.