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"Light our house"

by gdjeff, published

"Light our house" by gdjeff Jul 21, 2015

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Summary

"Light our House" Is a wall mounted lamp created for the challenge of thingiverse.
The main idea is to draw your own house in 3d and to put it on an island who is floating in the air.
It's like a dream, your house in on travel!
So you can light your house with your house

Please share if you print this one and also if you made your own house

Instructions

Created with sketchup make
Printed with cura
Print specification are detailled in the pics

It's printed with PLA We choose white PLA we tried also natural but it doesn't look so nice
The printed model on the pics aren't the définitive

This can be print without any support !!!

This concept can receive a common GU10 with 3,5w led

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Can you tell me the Size of this Print?
If i load it into Repetier it is 3 or 4 times biggern than my Printbed (WhAAAT??), i think theres a problem with the 3D Model!?!
My Printsize is:
X = 220
Y = 280
Z = 160

Greetings from Germany
Daniel

Hi

I just chek my object, It's true you have to use 1/10 scale.
The house mesure:
X:118.35
Y:102.725
Z:129.372

Print it with this scale because some wall won't print with a smaler scale and the light source will not fit

It would be great that you give some feedback of this print. If you have some problem to change the scale, i will change the file

greetings from Belgium

jeff

PS I'm working on a suspension from this model

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