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While provocatively curved, she is indeed very shy!
She only allows a glowing glimpse of what she holds inside.
A light shade for LED tea-light or Luxeon/Cree LED.
Hiding the source from direct view, it results in a gentle light emerging
Part of the (r)evolutionary twin-shell series.
This family of shapes is one of my older pet projects.
Over the years I designed and printed many shapes, sizes, thicknesses, slopes and variations.
I usually mount the Cree-LEDS on an aluminum disc which is spray painted black.
Besides looking very stylish this also function well as a cooling method for the LED.
The current selection presented is optimized for home printing without support.
From this particular iteration I have already printed Adam, so all should be OK.
Without further delay...
Eno, Adam, Eve and Ando!
Ca 12.5cm high and wide, with 2mm wall thickness.
See the Shapeways shop for Nylon editions in other sizes:
More will be online soon.
Rotate 45 degrees around the z-axis to more easily fit it on the plate.
And scale to fit your printer.
Perhaps also make a mirror copy and get a nice symmetric set :-)
Tested in ABS and PLA, I recommend natural or transparent.
Full details on this power-LED project will follow.
For now you can print and use with small led-candles :-)
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