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Gioja (Pendant Lamp)

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Gioja (Pendant Lamp) by castomized Dec 5, 2014


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I'm working on a new project, a simple gem shaped pendant lamp to be used with Hemma cord set by Ikea.


The lamp consists of 8 pieces to be printed in 3d and 18 square (or circular) strips of wood or other material (5mm side) cutting to size:

  • Horizontal Element: 5mm x 70 mm [x6]
  • Short Vertical Element: 5mm x 104 mm [x6]
  • Long Vertical Element: 5mm x 191 mm [x6]

After cutting and print the required parts the lamp is assembled simply by fitting together the elements.


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I have some troubles printing the upper part, I use cura but the top of the upper part is filled what slicer do you use?

I have the same problem. Tried using Slic3r and Cura, but the result is always the same - the holes are filled. Also has to rotate the nodes a little bit, because the bottom part wasn't flat. Any tips?

I have the same problem. were you able to find a solution to this?

Well, a kind of a solution. I printed the top base filled and than drilled holes in it.

someone who thinks, bravo!
the other guys have creativity in the buttom jajaja

Would the heat from the lamp not melt the plastic?

@Haleyyael - Just use a CFL or a LED bulb and you should be fine.