Modern double pendant lamp. The shade + holder can also serve as a single lamp if you don't want the other stuff. The total height of the pictured lamp is 67cm.
Note: This requires connecting mains wiring. If you don't know what you're doing don't do the double version or get some help!
- 2x e14 sockets. I use ones like these, but any 26-27mm diameter socket should work.
- 1x small junction box such as this one. Couldn't find the English name.
- Oval mains wires, the typical type for lamps which looks like this.
Bottom hanger uses supports and you will need to cut off the support square once it's done. If it's too high you can also cut it just about anywhere, print the parts separately and superglue them. I did, though mostly because I broke it a few times :) You can also scale the shade a little as long as you scale the holder the same. I'd probably scale only Z.
First, make sure that the top cover and connector fit properly on the hanger parts. Then make sure that the shades fit onto the holders and can be locked using the bayonet fitting.
Push the wires through the hanger. Make sure you have enough wire to also go through the top hanger and connect on both sides. Push the connector onto the hanger.
Screw the holders onto the hanger. Wire the e14 sockets. Push them into the holders while pulling the wire from the top to limit slop.
Thread the top cover onto the top hanger. Push the wires through the top hanger and push the hanger into the connector. Glue the connector. Try to get the hole in the top hanger to point backwards (downwards in the picture).
Wire up the junction box at the top.
Add a wire or thread connecting the lamp to your hook, then drag the top cover over the entire thing. Secure the cover with an m3 if needed.
Screw in the shades and add lamps. I used the rubbery handle of pliers to screw them in. Enjoy!