Desk Lamp (LED)

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Desk Lamp (LED)

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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
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I was looking for a nice desk lamp but couldn't find one quickly.

I still had LED panels, proximity switches and some USB cables lying around, so I designed something myself.

 

 

Led source is a Micro Usb 5730 Led Panel 5V.


I removed the micro-usb connection and soldered a cable directly to the board.

The cable is routed through the middle arm.

In the base I made a cut-out for a proximity switch. (see image below)

In the base there is a hole in the front, so putting your hand in front of the base turns the lamp on or off.
For the USB cable I just took an "old" cable and cut the micro-usb connection side.

Because the led panel becomes slightly hot, I made air vents in the head to cool by natural convection.

 

Printing:

I printed all with 0.4 nozzle and 0.2 layer height. Advise is to use a structured plate for the bed.

I created the different bands of color by changing colors at different heights. Colors used are PLA - Mystic Brown (A) and PLA - Blend Viva la Bronze (B).

Color changes:

Start with A

  • 1.2mm -> B
  • 4.2mm -> A
  • 6.2mm -> B
  • 9.2mm -> A

All parts as positioned in the STL files. (this to get the structure on the right side).

 

Mounting:

All parts are placed with press fit (taper), so no glue is necessary.

The only thing I glued was the USB cable with hot glue.

 

Making adjustments:

The complete lamp is shared as a STEP file so that you can make adjustments for your own LED panel/light and/or your own controller in the base.

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