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Its one of the most amazing lamp I made. Its very easy and the effect of light is just amazing!

But i lost all the photos I clicked of the process! [my phone got stolen :`( ]

So I made a 3d to explain the process! :)

I hope you guys like it! and if you do Please Vote!!!! :)))

Step 1: Things Needed!

1. Plywood 4mm

2. Threads (single colour/ multiple colours)

3. Laser Machine

Optional Black paint

Step 2: Laser Cutting!

Use the file and cut the pieces from a wooden ply in laser machine.

i cut the base twice and stick them together to give it more thickness!!

Step 3: Paint (optional)

I painted the pieces in black. Its upto your taste!

Arrange all pieces from big to small to make things easy!

Step 4: Assembleee!!!

Assemble all the pieces as in image! from big to small and small to big!!

Step 5: Thread!!

Now pass the thread from last hole to first hole of the adjacent arm you can continue the thread along all the arms.

last-first-last-first-last..........

Use as many colours as you want of one!

Step 6: Tada Its Done!!!

Put it on a lamp or hang it on ceiling as you want!!!!!!!!

<p>Never seen anything like this. <br>Excellent design</p>
<p>I love how it leaves a nice shade on the walls!</p>
<p>Amazing job! Very nice graphics, by the way. :)</p>
<p>It looks nice. I'm worried about how to keep it clean. Even the cleanest environment. If I make one similar, I think I'll go for monofilament fishing line. Should do interesting things to the light also, and be somewhat 'cleanable' with compressed air.</p><p>Really nice design and making the complex out of simplicity. </p>
<p>hairdryer...</p>
<p>Hey! </p><p>yeah you can try that or nylon threads! or even wire! :D</p><p>Cheers!</p><p>please vote!!</p>
<p>Hey! </p><p>yeah you can try that or nylon threads! or even wire! :D</p><p>Cheers!</p><p>please vote!!</p>
<p>so sweet! thaks a lot :) :) </p><p>please vote for my lamp!</p>
This is a really awesome project, and I'd love to try it! However, I don't have access to a laser cutting machine. Could you recommend another method of cutting the wood?
<p>Hey Ivan, I am glad you liked it. Just print the drawing stick it on ply and use electric saw and a drill. </p><p>Or you can stick it on a good quality cardboard with good thickness and use a cutter! :) </p><p>please vote!!</p>
I was just wondering. I want to make a couple of these and I don't have a laser cutter so could I use steel and my hydro cutter instead of plywood and a laser cutter?
<p>Hey! I have never worked with steel so i cannot suggest much. But if you do make it with steel :</p><p>1. you might have to change the dimensions of the base(or maybe you can just weld it) thickness of steel will vary.</p><p>2. it will get heavy! and the sharp corners, you might want to smooth them up. </p><p>nevertheless you can even use saw or electric saw and a drill to make it in wood or ply or any other material.</p><p>Let me know how it goes! :) </p><p>and Pleassseeee voteee!! :*</p>
I sure will! My husband works in a fabrication shop and he thinks he can do it with steel and then weld it too. I will let you know my results as soon as we get time to try it and I'll post pictures! Thanks for the idea! So cute!!!
Amazingggg!! wow I am excited to see it in steel. do post the photos!!!!
<p>Very neat lamp. Kind of reminds me of Daedric architecture from the game Morrowind. Or possibly Sauron's night light :)</p>
<p>Thanks a lot! i will have to play that game to realize that. :) please vote :D</p>

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