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These 3D printed flower lamps can make every interior warm and cozy. In this Instructable we’re sharing source files and tips on how to 3D print and assemble the parts.

The lamps have an organic, natural feel thanks to a slick stand topped with thin, translucent lampshades shaped like hollyhocks. You can modify the dimensions of the lamp as well as use various materials in different colors to give them a unique look.

The next three steps show various uses of the source files available in the pack - you can modify the shape of the lamp by joining various parts, which all can be easily connected with printed nuts already included in their design.

We manufactured these lamps using ZMorph 2.0 SX multitool 3D printer but you can use these STL files to manufacture them on any other machine.

Step 1: Tall Standing Lamp

To assemble a tall standing lamp you need to 3D print the following number of parts from the source files pack available in this Instructable:

  • 1 x Base center
  • 1 x Base connector
  • 4 x Base leg
  • 4 x Straight shaft
  • 6 x LED shaft
  • 1 x Shaft end
  • 3 x Lampshade L
  • 2 x Lampshade M
  • 1 x Lampshade S

You can scale the parts but make sure that you use the same scale for all parts, so they fit.

For printing, we used 1.75 mm gray and translucent PLA filaments and no support was needed.

All parts can be easily connected with printed nuts already included in their design, you'll only need some screws to attach LED panels.

To complete this project you’ll also need:

  • A power supply/adapter - we used a rectangular 12V power adapter that fitted into the base of the lamp.
  • Switch with a wall plug and electrical cord - it can be hidden inside the printed parts.
  • A total of 6 LED panels - we used 3W LED’s that required a series connection.

Step 2: Small or Custom Standing Lamp

This is an example of how you can modify the design from Step 1.

To assemble a small standing lamp from the picture you need to 3D print the following number of parts from the source files pack available in this Instructable:

  • 1 x Base center
  • 1 x Base connector
  • 4 x Base leg
  • 3 x LED shaft
  • 1 x Shaft end
  • 3 x Lampshade L

You can scale the parts but make sure that you use the same scale for all parts, so they fit.

For printing, we used 1.75 mm gray and translucent PLA filaments and no support was needed.

All parts can be easily connected with printed nuts already included in their design, you'll only need some screws to attach LED panels.

To complete this project you’ll also need:

  • A power supply/adapter - we used a rectangular 12V power adapter that fitted into the base of the lamp.
  • Switch with a wall plug and electrical cord - it can be hidden inside the printed parts.
  • A total of 3 LED panels - we used 3W LED’s that required a series connection.

Step 3: Scone or Desk Lamp

This lamp requires only four parts to complete. You need to 3D print the following number of parts from the source files pack available in this Instructable:

  • 1 x Scone
  • 3 x Lampshade L

You can scale the parts but make sure that you use the same scale for all parts, so they fit.

For printing, we used 1.75 mm gray and translucent PLA filaments and no support was needed.

All parts can be easily connected with printed nuts already included in their design, you'll only need some screws to attach LED panels. To complete this project you’ll also need:

  • A power supply/adapter - we used a rectangular 12V power adapter that fitted into the base of the lamp.
  • Switch with a wall plug and electrical cord - it can be hidden inside the printed parts.
  • A total of 3 LED panels - we used 3W LED’s that required a series connection.

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