This is a desklight. It is composed of 4 parts :
The foot “pied low poly.stl”
A small lampshade “lampe shade V3 – low poly – petit.stl”
A big lampshade “lampe shade V3 – low poly – grand.stl”
An adaptater to mount E14 or E27 light bulb
The 2 lampshades can rotate on the foot, so you are able to direct the light.
I made the part supporting the light bulb socket removable, so anyone can design an adaptator for other light bulb socket. I made the adaptator for e14 and e27 socket size.
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1688012
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