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Can a 3D printed light save you money?

by • July 14, 2016 • No Comments

A new Dutch 3D turn it into company can only have discovered a way to save you money. It is a easy LED energy saving light fitting that plugs straight into a standard 220v fixture and it can turn your house into an energy saver right now.

Dutchamn Kees Kamper, the man behind a cult blog of his endless problems with the Leapfrog Dual Creatr, has joined forces with graphic turn it intoer Anja Schoen to turn it into a 3D printing and turn it into business. The pair have started with a bang, and this revolutionary light is their initially release.

OPQRSTU is the sum of the pair’s experience and is a way to capitalise on Kamper’s blog, that has gained notoriety in Holland. The artist won the Creatr at the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, but it turned into the bane of his life and approximately anything that may go wrong, did go wrong.

When he searched the internet for the answers to each and each problem as they arose, Kamper discovered a dearth of information. So he decided to turn it into his own blog to chronicle his woes and assist other folks.

Kees Kamper has launched a turn it into business

Creatr and Ultimanufacturer at war in Holland

A healthy rivalry between the Creatr and the Ultimanufacturer in Amsterdam, one of the initially real strongholds for 3D printing, intended his blog gained a next in a hurry. He was advised to dump his Creatr, but a stubborn streak intended that Kamper decided to ‘tame his robot’, that led to the blog and this new business.

Kamper has created excellent progress and is now one of the guiding lights of the Dutch 3D printing scene.

Saatchi Art may already showcases a selection of Kamper’s work, which include a curled vase. Shapeways carries a much additional high end collection, ranging of egg cups to bespoke jewelry and actually a 3D printed Amsterdam canal house of his home city.

With Schoen’s assist, Kamper thinks they can manufacture serious inroads on bespoke home fixtures and fittings, one of other things. The pair set to work right away on a bespoke light fitting for Schoen’s own home.

Made of PET-G, the semi-transparent jelly light is created of sactually printed parts that can manufacture full use of energy saving 12v LED lighting and connect directly to a standard 220v bulb fitting.

JellyLight

by opqrstu3D

on Sketchfab

A easy, but brilliant breakthrocky

It is a tiny step in home turn it into, but Kamper has greeted this single piece as a landmark moment for the fledgling company. He has put the turn it intos on Sketchfab and showed how he can go of a rocky concept to a finished product on Anja’s ceiling in only three days.

Kamper said: “Where’s the landmark, it’s a 3D printed plafoniera, so what? For opqrstu3D, the landmark is: KCc. This print holds several components that directly connect approximately any modern house to 12 volt LED’s! No 12 volt power system needed. 12 Volt LED bulb’s directly plugged into default power systems; an opqrstu3D landmark.”

The energy savings on contribute with this system are significant and it’s such a easy thought that has been turned into reality by a man that was struggling to manufacture his 3D printing device work at all. Even when he did get the Creatr to print, Kamper has chronicled in frequently hilarious fashion how a thing as easy as a plastic bracelet was a nightmare to turn it into.

The energy saving jelly light is the initially release of Kees Kamper's new business

Rapid turn it into work may be their trademark

He has unquestionably come a long way and now, with Schoen on board, the pair can unquestionably take on work for big companies. This rapid three-day turn it into system is a poster child for what 3D printing can do for the world at sizeable.

Now he has ironed out the bugs with his Creatr and tamed his robot, Kamper and now Schoen are turning into a force to be reckoned with and may take the home turn it into world by storm.


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