LokalDesign
Owner - Katharina Roedelius

EOS 3D print lamp

Brand: Ascan Aldag / Engineering-Art

Seller: LokalDesign Hamburg

€195.00
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Owner - Katharina Roedelius

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  • Luminaire body made of ABS - plastic in the 3D printing process
  • Socket holder made of ABS - plastic in the 3D printing process; canopy and three - hole mounting of plastic, white
  • Porcelain E27, color white incl. cable strain relief; textile cable 3-wire

"The ideas for my lighting designs provided by nature with its diversity of forms and perfection. The lamp is inspired by EOS radiolarians, these are single-celled marine life of fantastic beauty. Your complex shapes can be realized as light only through the use of 3D printing technology. So now may be a full-fledged single-celled organisms to beautify your home. "

Product dimensions:

• Diameter: 14 cm

• Height from bottom to top edge version: 17.5 cm

• Cable length: 200 cm

• Weight: about 0.5 kg (including all components.)

Package contents:

• Luminaire body EOS incl. Socket holder

• porcelain socket with textile cable

• canopy

• Three-hole mounting.

Assembly instructions:

On assembly of the lamp is required before April.

For the assembly and changing the light bulb note the separate installation instructions.

These can be found in the packaging unit or www.myprintoo.de/3d-design/

Key features:

The lamp EOS can with a bulb of maximum 60 Watts (not included) to operate.

The body and the socket holder are connected with a lock stock.

Luminaire body, socket holder and textile cables are available in different colors and can be combined individually.

Care instructions:

The lamp EOS can be cleaned with a dry cloth or feather duster.

Time to delivery: 10 days

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LokalDesign

…is presenting and selling furniture and fixtures from young designers.

…cooperates with design schools, in order to promote the youngsters and to bring unique product novelties on the market.

…frequently organizes events, bringing designers and customers together as well as creating space for conversations and discussions.

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