Electronic Cigarette Lightsaber MOD Variable Voltage via DNA 30 OLED

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Description:
This contest is for a design of an ecig mod. The mod will be designed around the 18650 battery, 510 connection, tritium keychain(without the keychain ring), the DNA 30d variable voltage board, and usb charger board from evolve. The design will be cut in titanium or stainless by a 4 axis cnc and/or digital lathe. Design should be simple, but very scifi in look. Should look like a sleek lightsabre as much as possible. Design should feature a magnetic switch that uses opposing magnetic poles to keep the switch out unlike most mod switch that have spring type switches. All the parts should be threaded or use c clips, etc for easy dissemble and reassemble.

DNA and UBD board Info can be found here
www.evolvapor.com/shop.php

Data sheet
www.evolvapor.com/datasheet/dna30.pdf

tritium keychain
www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-DHL-UPShipping-For-New-Year-Gift-10Pcs-Lot-Kit-Marker-Tritium-Glowring-Keychain-10-Year/375465992.html

The screen of the dna 30 board must be visible on the outside. but inset for protection.

Mechanical Specifications of DNA 30D Screen
1) Dot Matrix 96(W)×16 (H)
2) Dot Size: 0.16(W)×0.18 (H) mm2
3) Dot Pitch: 0.18(W)×0.20 (H) mm2
4) Aperture Rate: 80 %
5) Active Area: 17.26(W)×3.18 (H) mm2
6) Panel Size: 26.3(W)×8(H) mm2
7) Diagonal A/A Size: 0.69 inch

The DNA board its self should be supported by some sort of plastic insert for the metal body but must leave room for wiring to 510 connection and battery tube sections. If winning designs are manufacture-able then they will also receive the item they designed one we build them.
Wants:
Evaluation includes futuristic aesthetics, design details, simplicity, build-ability, parts description, close ups, cut shots, materials selection, creativity, use of solid works as well as jpeg renderings
Don't Wants:
Parts that look nice but wont run on a 4 axis or lathe cnc machine are not ok. Dont want design formats and or features not compatible with 4 axis and lathe CNC manufacturing. (3d extrusion printing of plastic parts ok)
Software:
  1. Solid works, Inventor,Pro-E

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