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Lampshade by ante123456789 Apr 10, 2013
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A lampshade I made for my IKEA lamp. Works really good and it scatters the light pleasently.

2 STL files. First one is the entire lampshade and it has to be printed without top. The second file is the top part with a hole in it so it can be fitted to a lamp. The lamp you want to fit for this lampshade cant be bigger than around 5,6 cm wide since the hole in the lampshade isnt bigger.


3model made in Rhinoceros and printed on an Ultimaker using the program Cura.

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Nice design, thanks for sharing. A few questions. Would this need to be printed with supports? Is yours made of PLA? I am wondering if the light would penetrate my white PLA or if I should use the "natural" colour?

Thanks! I did not print with supports so I wouldnt say it requires it. Yes mine is made from white PLA and it is printed with only 1 layer in wall thickness. I think "natural" colour could work too, I have tried with transparent PLA too but I think it emits too much light and not really shading anything. But perhaps with several layers transparent PLA could work.