Pseudo Stained Glass lamp

by MakeALot, published

Pseudo Stained Glass lamp by MakeALot Dec 3, 2012

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An art deco style lamp shade.


I thought of turning it upside-down and mounting it on a straight tube with a couple of long printed leaves like a tulip.

Print one Lamp and as many and varied colours of Lamp Glass, the glass just pushes in from behind.

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R U a Wizard?! This is magick! Seriously, I love this lamp!

Fantastic!  This is going to replace the covers on my ceiling fan lights

really nice work.  I am gonna print lamp1, just line the inside with some blank newspaper, and throw some RGB LEDs in there...

Awesome sauce as I wondered how something like this could be made and I finally gave up.

Thanks!   I make real stained glass (when I have time) and this is just a way for me to let off steam in plastic.

I might try a large one, but these will only work with LEDs as the heat will melt them.  Still, it's good to test out a design this way first.

Normally I would cut each piece of glass from a cardboard template that I cut out by hand, but using this method, I can use the model as my template.