by LeFabShop, published
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I live in Paris and I love this city. Yes, it's beautiful, filled with impressive architecture, history and culture, but what I enjoy the most in Paris is the enthusiasm most citizen share for good food, music and "happy hours" in their favorite cafe. What happened last Friday, only a few meters from the bar I chose to celebrate the weekend with my friends, can't be described. My way to fight these barbarian is to keep celebrating what they hate. History, liberty, art and love of beauty on earth.
This Lamp inspired by Gustave Eiffel's most famous construction is a reminder that the city of light will always be the symbol of all these things, no matter what they do to it.
-Samuel N. Bernier
MakerBot Replicator 2
This big lamp is designed to be printed in multiple parts, each fitting the build volume of a REPLICATOR 2. Or in a single shot on a Z18 The parts are designed to be printed WITHOUT support.
Remove the Raft and clip the parts together. They slide and snap to one another. Use a threaded E27 light socket with an LED light bulb.
You might use epoxy glue to secure the assembly if needed.
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