For the home decor buff, a wall lamp 3D print may be just the thing to brighten up a room. Whether you are looking for a modern, minimalist design or an exotic, industrial-themed space, you can bet that there is a 3D printed lamp for the job. There are many benefits to choosing a 3D printed lamp over traditional models. Firstly, you have more control over the design. This means you can select the optimum size and shape to fit your decor. In addition, you will be able to use a variety of light sources.
While most 3D printed lamps are simply powered by a battery, you can also choose a wall lamp that uses LED lights. The built-in LED lamps in these types of wall lamps give a warm white illumination at 2700K. They are also motion activated. You can even mount them on a wall to achieve a wider lighting angle.
A wall lamp may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to designing your living or working space, but it can add a personal touch to any interior. Not only does it provide illumination, it can even illuminate the upside down wall. When you do decide to mount the lamp on your wall, you can easily use acrylic paint to change the color to a hue that suits your decor.
Using a 3D printed wall lamp is easy. There are several types to choose from, but the most popular are the 3D printed spider lamp and the iceberg lamp. Both of these designs are relatively simple to assemble and are also quite elegant. With a little help from some glue and heat, you can have an impressive looking 3D printed piece in your home.
Besides the obvious fact that you can make a 3D printed wall lamp, you will be pleasantly surprised at the various other uses that this technology can put to good use. The best part is that you won’t have to pay extra for a branded lamp. Many of these designs are available for free. Other options include buying them from the manufacturer or making your own with a 3D printer.
Among the most impressive features of a 3D printed wall lamp is its ability to display an image. It is able to do so in the form of a ring around a central LED. Obviously, you’ll need a power source to turn the LED ring on and off, but you can mount your 3D printed wall lamp on the wall to get a more pronounced lighting effect.
On the topic of illumination, you can also 3D print your own solar panel components. These futuristic gadgets are an ode to the ‘green’ age. Besides the obvious use of these components in a lamp, you can also integrate them into other designs, such as a decorative vase.
If you want a wall lamp that is a bit more complicated, you can use a 3D printed dragonfly. As the name suggests, it looks like a miniature antique. Although it isn’t actually made out of wood, it was designed by a Belgian company called Formation 3D France.