I'm a sucker when it comes to mid-century modern design, and when I wanted a lamp to put next to my TV I decided to design my own. So I took some design ideas from various lamps and light fixtures that I have seen over the years. From there I started modeling the rough idea of the lamp I wanted. I usually like to give myself a design challenge with my projects as it makes it fun. So for the lamp, I decided to use the least amount of metal fasteners as possible (none) and I tried to design all the parts so they didn't need support material to print out correctly. As well as make sure all of the parts are able to fit in the print volume of my 8" Prusa i3 clone. In doing so I had to get creative with how I broke down parts and had them lock together. It makes the lamp super easy to assemble and disassemble. Which means if you wanted to change the color of a certain part it can be done in just a few minutes.
Please feel free to tip me a few bucks. I'd charge for this file but, I don't want to pay the store fees to My Mini Factory. But I still wanted to share this with the community that loved my design as much as I do.
Also please make sure you check out the Parts list in the attached documents section.
Update 1/6/21 - A socket holder for a 40mm E27 adapter from Aliexpress has been added. This part was designed by user kyleroberts1.