I found the design of a DNA-Lamp from joaoduarte at thingiverse (DNA-Lamp ) and was inspired from it. Looks great and I wanted to build one for my own. First thing my wife said: “This is not really a DNA double helix. It is too flat and not double”. As I looked in the instructables, I did not feel confident regarding the power supply and the used motor. I didn´t want to have 230 V inside the bottom case. So I decided to remix it a little bit. The result you can find here. The idea is the same like before but it is a complete new design.
As the original idea is from joaoduarte, please send tips and greatings to him.
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