The main model - Octopus and illuminator
Decorative parts - rivet x3 (Need to print 3 times)
- E27 test (Lamp Socket Model - Basic Dimensions)
- Octopus lamp - socket test (Model for checking / selecting a suitable socket for a lamp) --- free, is here and posted separately in the profile.
Details in DXF format for laser cutting from 3mm plexiglass - plexiglass - laser cutting
If you do not have the opportunity to cut from plexiglass, I attached files for printing on a 3D printer (it is better to print from transparent plastic or paint under old glass) - glass for 3d print (5 part separately) and glass 3d print (1 part)
the insertion sequence is in the photo, in the file and the DXF is laid out in the correct sequence (you can stick it in another sequence)
used PLA plastic
3D printer with a print field 350x350x350
all printing with application support, but they separate well and do not require grinding
- Nozzle 0.6 mm
- Layer height 0.3 mm
- 3 perimeter shells
- 6 top and bottom solid layers
- Infill - 20%
- Use skirt 15 outlines (since the print is long and additional fixing will not hurt)
- Support infill 30% / 2 dense layers / 40% dense infill / angle 50 deg
Time 3d print - 79 hours / Plastic weight - 1890g
I recommend increasing the temperature of the extruder and lowering the printing speed.
My settings are 240 degrees extruder, 60 bed, and speed is 40 mm / s
Maybe this only applies to my printer and it will be different on yours.
Just check at what speed and temperature your printer prints well with a 0.6 nozzle before printing
Settings for porthole printing are standard. I used a 0.4 mm nozzle and a layer of 0.2 mm
Time 3d print - 24 hours / Plastic weight - 308g