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The LED Cube described on this page is a simple 3 * 3 * 3 single-color LED cube.
 
The LED Cube described on this page is a simple 3 * 3 * 3 single-color LED cube.
 
It is one of our easiest workshops, employing only through-hole components and
 
It is one of our easiest workshops, employing only through-hole components and

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Project: LED Cube Series
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The LED Cube Series is a work in progress! Do not believe the content of these pages right now, they are probably about to change and may be untested. If you want to contribute, visit LED Cube/Contributing.

The LED Cube described on this page is a simple 3 * 3 * 3 single-color LED cube. It is one of our easiest workshops, employing only through-hole components and thus specifically suited for introductory courses on soldering.

Getting Started

If you are interested in how they are built, you can read the PCB Soldering Manual for the PCB or the Cube Soldering Manual to learn how to construct the cube structure itself.

If you are interested in a more detailed view on the used software, check out Building from Source, where building the source code is explained.

If you want to learn how your cube actually works, read Understanding the Electronics. Also, you can write your own program to make your cube even fancier.

Accessories

Hefee has created a very cool Case for the PCB, which can be printed on many 3D printers.