StrÃ¸mg Lump Leaks
by Lumper, published
StrÃ¸mg Lump Leaks is a ceiling lamp designed by Lamp Lumps (LL).
The used technique is self supporting interlocking of pieces (without gluing, screwing or nailing) of 547 different pieces of polypropylene routed with a three-axis CNC.
The conception and materialization is mixed by using digital and analogue means.
The first name StrÃ¸mg is the junction of the English term strong with the Danish surname StrÃ¸m. Strong, because it is a robust three-dimensional puzzle witch form is the result of small variations in each of the pieces. StrÃ¸m, because this work is an homage to Holger StrÃ¸m and his IQ Lamp.
The Lump Leaks surnames suggest, for instance, the leaking drops of water or the leaking of information. The abstraction of the concept results, morphologically, in a piece that is the materialisation of the metaball modeling technique that was widely used by pioneers of digital media in architecture in the 90â€™s.
I grant you this design information as long as you:
1 - create unique variations in the objects you produce based on this design;
2 - never sell any of the produced objects based on this design;
3 - never sell this design or designs based on this design;
4 - keep the objects you make to yourself or give them at no cost whatsoever;
5 - use these conditions in designs based on this design;
6 - share your variations in Thingiverse;
7 - ALL RIGTS RESERVED.
Material: 0.6mm Polypropylene sheets
Router Tip radius: 0.5mm
1 - Use the dxf files to create your g-code files for your machine;
2 - Cut, order and mount the pieces;
3 - Note: use a CD marker to write numbers if you do not want them routed in pieces\\\\' surface.
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StrÃ¸mg Lump Leaks by Lumper is licensed under the All Rights Reserved license.
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- Remixing or Changing this Thing is not allowed.
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