Jellyfish Lampshade

by unellenu, published

Jellyfish Lampshade by unellenu Mar 6, 2013


The .stl files for a Jellyfish lampshade designed for 3D printing.
A 3D print of it is photographed with a plain black IKEA lamp base HEMMA, (Table Lamp Base small size).

This model is also available for purchase as a 3D printed item on Shapeways shpws.me/nqLO

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btw the top piece prints fine in PLA on a makerbot though you need to scale it down about 10 percent in size.

I printed with no supports using glow in the dark blue PLA


couple shots. sorry for potato... i figure i'll worry about getting lighting / photos right once I do the lower part. that could be a bit more difficult to lay out on the makerbot. also i have some ideas for modification.

Yes cool with posting a derivative ,
:) Janelle

I think I am going to give this a go on a replicator 2. 600 USD is a bit outside my budget =P

The top seems printable. The lower might need the chains and dangly bits broken out and laid down horizontal like.

If I get this to work, are you cool with me posting a derivative ( again with the non commercial ).

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The minimum thickness in this model is approximately 1mm.
It has been upladed so that you can print it on your 3D printer (for non-commercial use).

If you want to use it for purposes other than mentioned here please contact me.

It is best to print the model in two parts as illustrated part A and part B, I just originally combined it all in to one file so that it can be downloaded as a single item.....update
Now I have also added the two files separately for added convenience :) Thanks for suggestions!


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awvcscor on Apr 15, 2013 said:

When printing the bottom half do you need to invert the model to print? Do you use supports?

Anonymous on Apr 16, 2013 said:

Hi, I'm not sure - I had this print professionally done by Shapeways, and it's my first upload to Thingiverse - just thought I'd share the design.

laird on Mar 6, 2013 said:

I see the files, thanks!

laird on Mar 6, 2013 said:

Beautiful! I really want to print this.

Yes, two separate files would be more convenient. The tools most of use can't split parts out of a single file. Thingiverse has a neat feature where if you have several STL files for one Thing, they automatically create a zip file so that they can be downloaded in one file, then you can unzip the file to get to the individual STL files.

Also, can you share what material and settings you used to print this?

unellenu on Mar 6, 2013 said:

Hi Laird, This print is professionally done by Shapeways in their 'White Strong and Flexible' material (SLS nylon plastic). I'll upload the two separate files for this model also, thanks for the tip about multiple files :)

unellenu on Mar 6, 2013 said:

Hi SystemsGuy, It is designed in two parts, I just popped it in to one file to save people downloading 2 separate files...Would 2 separate files be more convenient?

SystemsGuy on Mar 6, 2013 said:

Interesting design. Might be more printable if you designed it in two parts - body and tentacles. As is, will take more support than model to print!

unellenu on Mar 6, 2013 said:

Done, uploaded separately now :)