Introducing the 3D printed lamp, a truly one-of-a-kind piece that combines classic design elements with modern, complex geometry. Almost all of the components of this lamp are 3D printed, including the body and shade, using a 3D printing process that consumes minimal plastic and produces no waste, as it is printed without any support material. The print process takes roughly 20 hours to complete.

The design platform offers a shade mounting system that usiversally fit all the shades in this product line, but not only - it will also be compatible with many other shades from 3rd part manufactors.

The electrical components of the lamp, including the bulb, socket, and wire, are sourced from a regulated consumer-grade production to ensure safety and reliability. The unique design of this lamp is a blend of classic table lamp elements and modern complex geometry, designed as an exterior for these few standard electrical components.

Vase mode: the technology that makes the manufctoring possible.

The lamps are made using a unique 3D printing method called vase mode. With this technique, a single continuous spiral structure is used to create the object in one go, rather than building it layer by layer. This results in a smooth, seamless finish with no visible seam points. Additionally, the 3D printer moves at a constant speed throughout the entire printing process, eliminating common artifacts such as "ghosting" or "ringing" caused by acceleration or deceleration. This constant speed helps create a high-quality finish with minimal visible imperfections. Vase mode also has some design constraints. Because the extrusion is done in one go, it is not possible to use support structures, as this would require the extrusion to be stopped while the printhead is moved to where the support material was supposed to be printed. No support means no material is wasted, but it also means the design can't have too steep angles or overhangs, as these would not be possible to print without support.