One problem I've continually run into, and I'm sure you have to if you're doing 3D printing and assembly, is that I never have enough light. I took to wearing a headtorch but it still was never quite right. So then I decided; I've got a hacksaw, a 3D printer and an imagination - let's solve this once and for all. And thus I came up with The LightArch.
Essentially it's a framework which can sit on your desk, portable enough to be stored under it, which can give you enough light to see everything and which also can be used for photography. I'm thinking of selling it in my Etsy store too, but until I do here's the 3D printed components for it.
You will need, in addition: 6 x 15mm thick lengths of wooden dowel measuring 400mm in length, four additional lengths of dowell to function as mounting legs (you can choose the length to your personal needs, mine are 50mm long), a 5m length of LED striplights (MUST be daylight-white LEDs); and 9 x LED strip connectors. And an assload of plastic cable-ties...
I've attached photos of the LightArch during assembly and also the finished product. If you have any problems please drop me a line and I'll try and help. I very much recommend assembling it using epoxy resin glue, but please be aware you'll probably be absolutely as high as a kite by the time you've finished. Please also be aware that this is very much a work-in-progress; I'm planning to upgrade it in the future maybe with more LEDs and possible a camera mount for doing timelapse photography of assembly work, but I'll post them as and when I finish them.
Until then..... enjoy!