DIY | Fibonacci shade

DIY | Fibonacci shade

10.00 15.00

Easy to Do It Yourself by having the 3d printed files provided.

We use Zortrax M200 for making our 3d printed lamps. But you can use any other to accomplish the task. Concept emerges from having a simple hexagonal grid and basic shape of a lamp shade. Combining both into single product gives many variations trough different approach and modeling the shape.

The file contains .stl data of solid, closed version of the shade

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The size of the shades are 15x15x20cm
They are printed out of ABS material using Zortrax, Ultimaker and Makerbot printers. While designing this shades we have in mind the technology and way how the object is printed. Trying to avoid any support material and use as less material as possible 60-100g of material is used to build this structure for about 8 to 10 hours.
You can use this cord for setting the light on ceiling: