Via Thingiverse user scorpion9999
This is fully* 3d printable chandelier.
You will need E14 lampholders and 22AWG wires. They are not printable. 🙂
I used my things for this project:
Thee supports should be cut first from tubes in right angle. There is a step in diameter for reference.
Printed nuts should be glued to small domes
Small domes should be glued to three tubes
Install small ring (see notes below) on center tube and install big dome on it
Glue hook of your choice on center tube (see notes below)
Cut wires to appropriate legth and strip insulation
Tin ends of wires and connect them to lampholders
Slowly push wires in tubes and screw E14 lampholders into glued nuts
Install lampshade with E14 washers and fix by stock nut from lampholder
Fit assembled chandelier on ceiling and connect wires
Add E14 LED lamps by taste 🙂
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