We love 3D printing, so why not use is to add a touch of design to the studio!
3D printing light shades has been something which has been an idea inside my head for far too long, the only thing really holding us back was some suitable light fittings to mount them to. Well today the electricians came round and installed the retro inspired pendant lights to the studio! Needless to say we’re very excited!
Pendants installed and looking good!
The pendants are very simple, just a retro cord light fitting and retro bulb. The beauty of these pendants is we can quickly change the pendants whenever we like, and that’s just what we plan to do!
3D printed pendants have been done before, but we feel this is a great way to add our own touch to the studio, and by utilising 3D printing technology we can experiment and create almost any design.
3D printed shades inspiration.
The design and creation shades will be a case of trial and error, but that’s half the fun isn’t it? Some designs will work well, and others may not, but as the cost of 3D printing is a fraction of the price of traditional manufacturing processes then we can quickly alter and iterate designs until we’re 100% happy.
So, all we need to do now get designing, fire up the printer and get making! Watch out for future blog posts on the designs and printed shades!