3DPrinting is an infinite universe. We start printing the Benchy and Marvin, and at the end of the day, we end printing houses and buildings. So what about 3D Printable Lamps?
Let there be light!
However, I’m going to stay in our reality, and list to your a few models of Lamps. This can sound like a simple subject, but be sure, what I’m about to show to you, will blow up your mind (Or at least I hope so.. ).
3D Printable Lamps – The List
This one just entered my wishlist. I never played Minecraft, but I can have a model for it to decorate my room :3.
This cube is from the game, and it was designed by Kirby Downey. The plus of this model was a circuit that he added to the model, and change the color of the light. He programmed to go around red, green and blue. I would add purple and print the model in black.
This is a multitask Skull. According to the designer, Jukka Seppänen, this skull can be a can or pen holder, or have a candle inside. That depends on the size that you want to print. This model also should make part of your next Halloween plan.
Now a bringing up a modern model. A model that you can print with several colors and decorate all house. You can use it on the side that is shown in the photo or flip it. This piece of art was designed by Andrew Reynolds. He suggests that you can use on the center of tables or weddings decorations.
This one is to scare a few relatives and make a good use of empty bottles:
This model was designed by Avooq Creations, and it’s compatible with the most common size of bottles. You just need to check the description on how to add the light, and you are done with it.
Remember that I said that I would list models that will blow your mind? Take a sit for the next one:
This one makes me remember of Matrix.
The DNA Lamp is a piece of art designed by João Duarte and was inspired by the Lava Lamps. He uses an Arduino and a few components to make the DNA part turn around and change the colors. You can find a full tutorial on how to make one on this Instructables link.He uses glow in the dark filament, to give the special effect together with the purple light.
“3DPrinting + Electronics = Change of the reality”
The next model is kind of futuristic:
Led’s, how wonderful they are. This futuristic model designed by Duncan Smith have a 3DPrinted part, the white ones, and the brown is a wood veneer to give a sophisticated finishing. Then you add the leds and start to play around with the colors that you want. On his blog, you have the full description of how to build it.
This model looks classy. Maybe print one and put on your dinner table? Imagine if you print with wood filament, I think that would look gorgeous. This art was designed by gCreate. If you ever print one, let me know. I would like to see the result. 😉
This lamp was a submission from MingShiuan Tsai for a Halloween Contest.The catch here is how you dispose of the lights so the room can start to be creepy. She added swords, bats, and spiders that you can use to have other results on the patterns displayed.
This is a model that will torture your printer and will take your skills on slicing setup to the limit. However, if you have a result like the one on the photo, it will be worthy. Or if the model turns out a spaghetti, it will be a lesson to the next one. This art was designed by Adam Smith.
Looks cute isn’t? I think that this one fits a baby room or to be a background light in a room. Oh, it’s lovely. This art was designed by 3DRegan. She has a few models under her belt that worth a look. And you can design other views for it… Maybe a silhouette of a couple in love… I just gave you an idea for your wife/husband Christmas gift. Your welcome. 😉
This one is to play around. With this model, you can use your creativity and the alphabet to write sentences. The retro look gives a 90’s feeling. The model was designed by Dennis Hofmann. With the customizable side, you can build the boxes with the size that you want. It has two kinds of fonts, and you can find all the letters and box stl’s in the model source.
Well, let me know in the comments below what you think about of this list and which models you will print!
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That’s all folks!
Obs: *All the images displayed here are from the model’s sources on My Mini Factory.