Makit presents… the Hexa Lamp! an introduction to electronics for everyone…
I wanted to design something that used electronics and was easy to assemble for everyone. I thought that a lamp is always welcomed on our desk. So, I put myself to work and designed this one. In addition to using it as a lamp, it has interchangeable discs so it can be used as a bat signal to project some symbols, letters or logos on the wall or roof.
With this desk lamp, anyone can buy some electronics and put them together, no especial skills are required and no soldering is needed!!
It works with any standard USB port and can be placed in vertical or horizontal position to project on the wall or roof.
Initially there are a couple of different disks, but let me know if you have some ideas for a new one and I’ll see what I can do!!
If you print it, please upload some pictures, it’s awesome to see how they turned out!!
Note about printing settings:
Body wall is very thin (0.8mm) because I wanted to let led light out as much as possible. I printed this part with 0.4mm nozzle (so it prints 2 shells) and 0% infill. The body has some built-in supports that need to be removed before inserting the disk.
Visit makitpro.com for detailed list of materials and instructions.
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Thanks to banggood for sponsoring the design!