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Pineapple Lamp body

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This is a lamp I designed almost 2 years ago in anticipation of doing 3D prints. I just got around to printing it. And it kicked my arse from here to there. It was just one of those prints that did not want to play nice, but, I got it out and that makes me happy.... ?

 

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Thank you :) That thing filled the UM3E build volume :)

 

Oddly, that was a design from 2 years ago when I made the decision to go full tilt into 3D printing and it woiked! :) I cannot tell you how many lamps I had designed from that time period but a rough guess would be about 10-15. Of course, some I would not use now, but still....LOL

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