Spanish Lamp 3D print model

This Ambient Lamp is based on a Vase Like Shape I made last year when is was in Spain. I tried to capture the Light effects on Photo, but it losses like a lot.

It is consists out of three parts. The Light source are 4 NEO Pixel LEDs and an Arduino Nano. In this Example I used 4 LEDs. It works good when the Lamp Shade ( Lamp Shade SPIRAL OUTER CONTOUR MODE.stl ) is printed in a translucent material such as the “neutral PET-G” one on the Photos. The orange Lamp Shade (on the Photos) is printed in orange PLA. For this one it works better to have 6 or 8 Neo Pixels.

In this example I used 4 “separate” Neo Pixels because I had those. If you are going to buy them especially for this model, it's easier to go for the “Neo pixel Ring”. On the Photos you can see that I glued the Neo Pixels on the LED holder.stl (white part) first and than connected the with wires. The 5V is taken directly from the Arduino. Data out is pin2 in this example, but in the Ada fruit tutorials they mostly use pin 6 for this. I Included a simple Sketch for the Arduino to test you lamp ( ). It will change from color to color by its own. The output pin is set to 2. You have to set the amount of Neo Pixels in the Sketch to the Amount you have... Of course :-) See Print Screen where. Also a copy of this Screen shot is included in the file.This Sketch uses the Adafruit NeoPixel master Library that is also included in the For more info you could visit:

The LED base.stl is printed in ABS with an 0.4mm Nozzle and 0.2 mm resolution. The Arduino (without the headers) can be placed inside without using screws or glue. It takes its power from an Phone charger. Please see the Photos to get the idea. Ontop of the Arduino the white LED holder is seated. Then the Lamp Shade gos on.

The Lampshade is printed in the Spiral Outer Contour Mode or Vase Mode. This means it has no top, no infill and only one layer wall. This way the Light can go through easier. On the Photos one is printed in Translucent PET-G and the other one in Orange PLS. You can resize the Z axis in you Slicer Programm if you like. On the Photos you see that they are not the same hight. But Beware! You printer might come into trouble when you Scale the Z axis down (and let the X and Y be). The FDM Printe may not be able to close all the gaps. If you want to make it easier for you FDM Printer to print this Lamp Shade in VASE MODE? Than make the Lamp Shade taller (scaling up only in the Z axis) than the original.

At 100% the demensions of the assembled Lamp are 96.3mm x 96.3mm x 162.622mm high. The max diameter for a Neo Pixel Ring is 36mm at 100% scale.

If you have any questions, please ask :-) Do you think I forgot something or made a misstake? Please comment :-) Wished a little detail was different so you can implement your light source? Feel free to ask :-)

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    • Publish date2019-07-27
    • Model ID#2047841