Throwback Thursday: Getting Ready for Take Off (Part 2)

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AnetLau
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My 3 Favorite Projects


With so many submissions, it took me a while to select my three favorite projects that were printed during the trial, but I managed to find a quirky IKEA hack, an armillary sphere and a lamp with an ingenious mechanism.


TulipK by Ben Geebelen


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TulipK by Ben Geebelen


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TulipK by Ben Geebelen


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TulipK by Ben Geebelen


Ben Geebelen’s TulipK lamp was printed in polyamide. The pattern of the lamp was designed in Excel and the file was prepared in 3-matic. The lamp opens and closes through an ingenious mechanism that acts as a 3D printed dimmer for the lamp. According to Technabob, it was the best use of a spreadsheet since Excel Pac-Man and Missile Command.


Created by Franky in i.materialise.com


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