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Hi! do you allow sells of prints using your files?

Hello. I'm very interested in the Kinetic Pendant Lamp. You did an amazing job designing it. I'm a little intimidated by the complexity of it however, I figure no better way to get good. Can I ask, what type of additional hardware besides FDM pieces are required? Does it require an arduino or anything of that nature? And, what kind of after purchase support might you offer in the event assistance is needed? Thank you.


Thank you for taking an interest in our Kinetic Pendant Lamp!

Please note that upon purchase you will also receive a detailed PDF. This PDF includes print settings, materials, and tools you'll need and the step-by-step procedure of putting the lamp together. Think of a Lego instruction manual. That will give you a good understanding of how the instructions are set out. In addition, there are also high-quality renders included which will help you get a good idea of how the lamp is meant to come together.

The only really intimidating thing is the long print time of the lamp, however, we sadly cannot solve this problem.

The lamp does not require an Arduino or anything of that nature. You are still required to open and close it manually, if that is what you are getting at. However, upon purchase that does not mean you can’t tinker with our design and add an Arduino if you so wish.

What we normally suggest, if you require any post-purchase assistance, is to please feel free to contact us again on our Instagram account at:


For the sake of transparency please find the list of “additional hardware” below:

  1. e27 Light fitting (You will require one similar to this: https://www.takealot.com/bulk-pack-x-8-selectrix-lampholder-brass-cord-grip/PLID72731462?gclid=Cj0KCQjwjN-SBhCkARIsACsrBz7vhT6Opj1EMcwkOC1XBIf-bjFdPn31Iq8BzWvsYimE5tVkHr0mehgaArYSEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds)
  2. e27 Light bulb
  3. 8 mm Wire
  4. x4 M3x20 mm machine screws
  5. x10 M3x15 mm machine screws
  6. x25 M3x10 mm machine screws
  7. x15 M3 Hex nuts
  8. x10 M3 Hex nylon insert lock nut
  9. +- x14 M3 6 x 0.5 mm washer
  10. 900 mm Wire/string for pulley mechanism
  11. Electrical tape
  12. Soldering wire

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us again.

What is the diameter of the sticks of the plant that use some wood?

25mm diameter sticks. The idea being one could use a broomstick.