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Protonik

Mushroom Lamp

by Protonik Aug 19, 2015
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Beautiful design, that's great. Just a couple of questions. What layer of the base did you switch from brown to white filament? I really like the effect you gave and want to reproduce it :-)
And what kind of bulb did you use? I'm always concerned about overheating. Thanks a lot!!!

I don't remember on what layer exactly I've switched filament color... just around top of last leaves. Any G9 LED bulb should be fine, they have similar power.

Hello, I've made this and all is well with the print, but the sockets available (like the one in the link below) don't seem to fit the shape of the bulb holder area. Can you post a photo of how your lightbulb is attached?
P.s. It took a total of 27.5 hours on the ultimaker 2 in case anybody is wondering!

There is shown on 4th photo how socket and light bulb is attached.

Oh my goodness, I'm so sorry! I got it now. Thank you for this lovely print! I will post a make once I have photos!

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This is one awesome lamp!

bonjour les fichier ne sont pas bon il y a un soucis avec les stl il sont abimé on peut pas imprimé correctement l objet !!!

Hey, i printed the lamp, but i cant find a bulbholder that will fit ...?

Very beautiful design. I love it. I just wished the leaves could be printed as a separate piece and could be added to the base of the lamp. This way they can be printed (optional) in a different color filament. Maybe also adding a link to the light bulb socket would be great as it looks like it is custom to a specific holder.

hello its need infill?

Did you print the red in translucent red or plain regular red filament? Thanks

It is semi-transparent red (not crystal clear).

What software did you use for this design. Interested in how you created that lattice work pattern. Very nice.

It is voronoi diagram. There are many tutorials on this.

I'm printing this thing as I write. I have a question which I hope won't offend you...is it possible to delete the leaves from the base of the light? I feel they distract from the overall beauty of the top. Alas, I don't know how to edit a file to do this myself, but I don't think it can be done from an .stl file. Advise would be welcomed!

il est vrai que les feuille ne rendent pas tres joli :/

merci pour ce magnifique champignon :)