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NAUTILUX

3D model description

NAUTILUX is a lampshade inspired by our seabed. Its pure and organic form immediately reminds us of shells and other underwater creatures.

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The printing and assembly of NAUTILUX is extremely simple. Simply print only one piece, without support, and repeat this printing as many times as you want "edges" or "frames" on your NAUTILUX.

For a complete turn it will take 36 pieces.

The structure exists in 3 different models, with cable passages of 5 MM, 6 MM and 7 MM depending on the electrical cable you will use (fabric coated or not for example).

For the example, NAUTILUX is presented with an E27 socket and an LED bulb). To align the frame at the bottom of the lamp, I used a simple M5 bolt.

3D printing settings

PLA printing.

T° : Extruder: 205°c Tray 0°c (not heated)

Accuracy: 0.1 mm

Filling: FULL

Wall thickness: 1 mm

No substrates for printing

Dimensions : (values rounded to the whole).

Printing times are given as an indication and are rounded (depending on the cleaning of the part etc.)

BONE_5 (or 6 or 7) : 200 X 120 X 18 mm - 1 H of printing

  • 3D model format: STL

Tags

Creator

Ingénieur, Designer, Maker

License

CC BY

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@AMBERFOWKES Hi, you can use a screw and a bolt. I have to optimize this ;)