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Death Stranding Desk Lamp (or cosplay prop)

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3D model description

Death Stranding Desk Light - the perfect gift for any gamer, cosplayer or for your own desk! And even if you might not know this game, you will have an awesome looking desk lamp here.

I'm currently playing death stranding on my PC and came up with the idea of recreating the „Odradek“ scanner as a desk light.
This is one of my biggest projects so far with a total of 37 parts needed (30 individual parts).
I only used screenshots to recreate the original look as close as possible with keeping the printability in mind.
Based on the color of the parts, you can print this in four runs (on a standard 200x200 size printbed) and it will take about 35 hours.
There is a bit of assembly required, you'll find everything that's needed in a detailed assembly instruction (PDF file), you will also find all extra hardware needed in the documentation (basically only some screws, wires, a small switch and led lights).

You can also use this as a cosplay prop if you are using batteries or a powerbank as the power source, there is still some space inside the main body for small power sources.

Even though you might find a free version of this out there from me, you will support me and my work with your download and this version is not licensed under the "Creative Commons (4.0 International License) Attribution-NonCommercial" so you might use this for selling the lamp.
Also this version has a few advantages over the free version:

  • No watermarks on the parts
  • Included STEP file for the "Main Body" so you can change this based on your needs

The lamp is not motorized, the main image is a stop motion animation!

3D printing settings

I advise to use the .3mf files, as all parts are already
aligned and ready to print. However, I’ve provided all
.stl files as well!

To have the light frames in two colors, put in a color change step in your slicer.

Use a 0.4mm nozzle.

If you are using the .stl’s, use these settings:
- For black parts with color change (light
frames): 0.15mm layer height, 10-20% infill.
- For black parts without color change):
0.2mm layer height, 10-20% infill.
- For diffusers: 0.2mm layer height, 10-20%
infill, no top layers and honeycomb infill
- For orange parts: 0.2mm layer height, 10-20% infill

  • „Hinge 1 Left“ and „Hinge 2 Left“ needs to be printed 2x
  • „Hinge 1 Right“ and „Hinge 2 Right“ needs to be printed 3x
  • „Desk Mount Arm“ needs to be printed 2x
  • All other parts needs to be printed 1x

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: ZIP Folder details Close
    • Death Stranding Desk

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  • Last update: 2020/10/09 at 18:54
  • Publication date: 2020/09/15 at 13:09





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Hello :) Just bought this awesome project :D Thank you for your work. Just a quick thing. I'm using the 3mf files and right now i'm printing the orange parts. I saw that 2 pieces are not "flat" on the bed. Maybe it's my fault, even though i haven't changed anything. Maybe you should take a look? 2 parts on the left side

For anyone wondering clear pla is not fully clear and it works great as a diffuser.

And use white or clear pla?

for diffusers use 2 bottom layers?

Thank you for the reply and for this awesome model!

Its extrudr NX-2 orange

What filament did you use for the orange parts?

Amazing Job, I am still printing and loving so far.

I Will show it when finish

I re-check my printer's option and printed others items that you just need to fit together and they fit perfectly , I checked the files in the zip archive , the desk mount connector is 14 mm wight (sorry I use the metric system) and the slot in the desk mount arm is exactly 14mm wide , they do not fit together , I usually left out like 1 mm out the items , like the desk mount arm would be 15mm wide and the desk connector 14mm wide otherwise leave the desk connector arm 14mm but turn the desk connector mount 13mm wide -

Hey Ga-Tsu,
I‘m sorry to hear that you have problems with the tolerances. This lamp has already been succesfully printed from multiple users that also gave me feedback so maybe you need to fine tune either your hardware or your slicer settings, may also try to rescale as a last resort. I also printed two of them already on my Prusa MK3s without any issues.
I hope you‘ll get everything printed successfully in the end.

You can also contact me via pm and tell me what parts aren‘t fitting for you so I might help you out with a custom fit for you.

Cheers, Nils

Greetings , you made a wonderful work , I bought the item and printed some parts , sorry but your tolerances are all wrong , I loaded the 3mf files and printed them following the pdf attached , the pieces require a lot of sanding before fitting together in the right way.

ça vaut bien plus que 2€50!!!!!

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