An intriguing looking 3D printed DNA lamp.Designed by The Fragmentation Paradox in Portugal
What is it? An intriguing looking 3D printed DNA lamp. It features a DNA helix slowly rotating inside a transparent acrylic tube. Why did you make it? A few time ago I was browsing online through s...Read More…
An intriguing looking 3D printed DNA lamp. It features a DNA helix slowly rotating inside a transparent acrylic tube.
A few time ago I was browsing online through some 3D models for 3D printing and I had the idea of making a cool rotating DNA Helix lamp. I was inspired by the traditional lava lamps but I wanted to do something a little bit different.
I thought about using glow in the dark filament to make the DNA Helix stand out when the lights were off. I also thought it would be cool to make the LEDs fade in and out to make a cool visual effect on the DNA, changing from glowing white to green, giving it the weird feeling of a mysterious evil experience or that it is alive somehow. It was featured on Hackaday
It comes fully assembled and although it looks big in the pictures and video, the actual size is 125x125x258mm.
I'm currently building them as I get orders, so it might take me a few days to process them and ship them.
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CTT: Standard Ground Rate Large Object
Faro, Faro District, Portugal
Ships from Portugal.
Usually ships within 3 days
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