This third Lamp is also inspired by the opening of a Flower. It can be used as a Table Lamp or Ceiling Lamp. It uses a standard E14 Light Bulb, so it's easy to build. In this case I used a LED & a old glowing light Bulb. The Glowing light Bulb makes the Lamp really classic looking :-)
This Lamp is 190mm high and 176mm wide. I used around 121gram of PET-G Filament the Lampshade. For the gray Foot, 25gram of Filament is needed. The gray Ceiling bracket needs around 9gramm of Filament.
I 3D printed the Lampshade with green PET-G. The Lampshade must be printed using the “Spiral Outer Contour mode” (or Vase Mode) and a 0.8mm Nozzle. The 0.8mm Nozzle makes a thicker wall to avoid warping of the Lampshade walls. I used a Print Resolution of 0.3mm. The Foot & Ceiling bracket are printed out of gray PLA in “normal printing mode”. For these I used a 0.4mm Nozzle and a Print resolution of 0.2mm. In my presentation of the first “Unfolding Flower Lamp” I showed other Print options than the Vase Mode. If you are interested in that, then take a look here: https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-print-models/house/lighting/the-unfolding-flower-lamp.
I have included a Picture that gives instructions about how to assemble these Lamps. The Files “Unfolding Flower Lamp3 Assembled” give you an 3D look of the Lamp when it is fully assembled.
Still have questions? Feel free to ask :-)