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September 7, 2017 AT 8:00 am

Dowel Lamp with low poly shade! #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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WildRoseBuilds shared this project on thingiverse!

This is a modern lamp that uses a light socket from IKEA and some wooden 3/8″ dowels! the lamp shade is modeled in fusion and then reduced in meshmixer to give it a low poly look! the shade is printed in vase mode (spiralized outer contours) and is 140mm in diameter and height to fit most build plates. This lamp is for LED bulbs only as conventional bulbs would be too hot! please ensure that your bulb does not get warm enough to melt the shade! the light socket in the video/pictures is the IKEA “hemma”, but the nicer “sekond” braided cordset should also fit! Enjoy!

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