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Voronoi Flower Lampshade
Lampshade that should fit on some IKEA/Target lamps and moreFor your home
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This lampshade was designed with Fusion360, Meshmixer, and Netfabb. The hole at the base is 40mm. The lattice structure is around 3mm thick and the internal piece for light defuse is 1.2mm thick
Materials and methods
This was designed with the intention of being printed on EOS formiga SLS printers, but if you have a solid FDM printer, it might be up to the challenge. If you do want to print it with FDM, I definitely recommend adding a z-hop into your slicer settings and cutting off the bottom 0.2mm or so since it is not completely flat.
Fits on some generic IKEA/Target type lamps but can also fit with cords like these ones sold on Amazon:
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Excellence piece of content on the subject of lampshade which was intended with Fusion360, Meshmixer, and Netfabb and lattice structure is around 3mm thick and the internal piece for light defuse is 1.2mm thick.
Thank you for your fast reply. So your model has no surface. I going to use your advice.
@raimon - I'm guessing your models have a thickness to them. If you want only one layer, use just a surface with no thickness. In this model, the outer voronoi shell was just a surface had 0 thickness when I imported the STL into Meshmixer.
I have a question: when i apply the voronoi pattern on my models i get a double layer of voronoi. And it takes significantly more time to download/print this. In your model i see that you have one good layer of the voronoi pattern. And that you are also using Meshmixer; can you tell me how you achieved that?