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Orchids Lamp

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orchids Lamp.

The model is open underneath to hold a bulb so that it can be used as a desktop lamp. Make sure to use heat resisting material to withstand the heat of the bulb.

For personal (non-commercial) use only. This model or parts of it CANNOT be sold, shared or distributed in digital, physical, original or modified form


3D printing settings

This model prints almost entirely without support. Can be printed without infill with two walls/perimeters.
However the final results and success rate depends entirely on your 3d printer, slicer settings that work best for your 3d printer and your experience with printing such designs.

Surface pattern is deliberate and not a result of low polygon count. For best results, use a shiny filament like the silk, metalic, etc.

This does not include any base but you can find some designed by cults3d members like these https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/various/orchid-lamp-base
https://cults3d.com/en/3d-printing/orchids-lamp-yann_dex

  • 3D file format: ZIP
  • Last update: 2020/10/01 at 06:49
  • Publication date: 2020/01/29 at 18:22

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@CALAB - yes, it's open from underneath. Check out the makes created by the community.

Just curious as to what the bottom looks like. Is there a hole so you can place it over an LED tealight?

in Cura, the preview shows me that there are places that will be printed in the air.

They say you should print without supports.
I have scaled it to a height of 20 cm and from 4 cm there are places inside which are printed in the air.

Can someone help me there?

Printed beautifully for me!
Scaled down 40% on a mostly stock Tevo Tornado, no supports, .2layer height, 2 walls, 0 infill, 100% fan, 45mm/s, 3DSolutech White Silk PLA with my standard silk pla profile settings.
There were a few tiny bits that didn't stick on the overhangs, but they were small enough to just flick off.
I also made a base that holds a small button LED. Twist the base and the lamp glows. I couldn't be happier! Now it's time to pull out a new spool and fire off one at 100%

Would love to try and print this on my sls printer using a clear resin. god only knows what kinds of supports i would have to use

I'm curious what the print time is for this typically. I ran it a couple times through the slicer and it's coming out to 117 hours with no supports good lordy.

parece un huevo de dragon

Please know this is not a simple design to print and comes with its challenges. I am not sure what kind of issues you had while printing but I am sure there are ways to tackle the problems. Like printing slow, fan speed, retraction and ooze control, etc. If have the patience, you can get some stunning results. But yes, its not very easy to 3d print. I hope you succeed :-)

Just says with small amoount of supports and had issues when i tryed without any - will give it a go again with no infill (saves a lot of filament)

It's supposed to be printed without any supports. And to speed things up, avoid infill and use two perimeters/walls. Hope this helps. The one in the pictures was printed that way.

Love this but having a hard time printing it since i cant see where the supports are susposed to be - any clarification to this would be appreciated


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