7.1“ LEVILUNA Magnetic Levitating Moon Lamp, Wireless Power Supply, Unibody Seamless 3D Printing, PLA Material, 6000K Cool White, Floating LED Light

LEVILUNA Magnetic Levitating Moon Lamp

NOTICE
Read the Instruction Carefully!
At First, It Would Be Pretty Difficult to Mount The Lamp Onto the Balance Point.
Keep Calm, Just Treat It As a Game.
If You Fail Many Times, Take A Break and Watch Our Guiding Video.
After A Few Successful Tries, You Will Be Practiced.
There Are 2 Wooden Plate to Assist Finding the Balance Point. It Is Not Suggested to Use Them.
Be Ware. On One of the Plate, There Is a Needle Covered By A Rubber. Don’t Forget to Cover It Again After Use.

Parameters:
Magnetic Force > 3N
Levitation Height : 8-12mm
Color Temperature : White 6000K
Light Power : 1W
Suggested Working Temperature : 0 ~ 40°C
Suggested Working Humidity: 10%~90%RH
Base Material : ABS
Lamp Material : High Transmittance PLA Material
Average Shell Thickness : 3mm
Voltage : 100~240V to 15/12V
Power : 6W
Moon Weight : 360g
Base Weight : 600g

Product Features

  • 【Magnetic Levitating】 – 3 Years of Technical Research & 5 Times super Magnetism, to Enable The Moon to Hover&Rotate in the Air Stably.
  • 【Wireless Power Supply】 – By Adopting Electromagnetic conversion, The Lamp Sphere Gets Rid Of Power Cord, Being Able To Float Independantly, Just Like the Moon.
  • 【Seamless Forming】 – a Unibody Moon Reproducing the Moon Surface Precisely by High-resolution 3D Printing.
  • 【Quality Guarantee】 Gurantee Refund or Replacement for Defective Lamps.

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AMZLIFE [Upgraded Version] 3D Printing LED Moon Lamp Lighting Night Light,Touch Sensor Switch 2 Brightness Changeable 3000k 6000k Lunar,USB Rechargeable Decorative Lights,Dimmable 5.9inch

AMZLIFE lunar moon lamp with 3D printing technology 

This moon shaped lamp is printed through a 3D printer to capture the full extent of the moon’s surface, with its dents and craters.The lamp is made of a material called polylactic acid,which is an environmentally friendly,non-toxic plastic that is used as “ink” for three-dimensional printing.

Operation mode 

1,Touch the metal switch at the bottom of the moon light and switch on the light,the first touch is warm white yellow light.The second touch is cool white.The third touch to switch off.

2,In the light state,long touch for the stepless dimming and select the brightness.

3,Moon lamp with light brightness memory function,the light will remain at the last light state when you switch off.

Specification 

Name: 3D Printing Moon Lamp

Bulb: LED

Diameter: 5.9inch

Power:1W

Power Supply: USB DC 5V

Battery Capacity: 900mAh

Charging Time: 3 hours

Lighting Color: Warm & Cold

Working Time: 4-12 hours (depends on brightness you choose)

Package Content

1*Moon Lamp

1*USB Charging Cable

1*Wooden Stand

1*Using instruction

Product Features

  • ❤3D printing technology:The moon light is using the most advanced 3D printing technology and is made of PLA material,restores the real appearance of the moon vividly.These moon lights have awesome designs and animations inscribed on it. (All other sellers on this list are faker except AMZLIFE)
  • ❤Touch control and dimmable:The usage of the provided touch control can be used to change the color ambiance of the moon light and adjust the brightness of the moon lamp to your liking.Two tones of color:warm white 3000k and cool white 6000k.
  • ❤Rechargeable via a USB:The moon night light include a USB charging cable to charge the lamp,it charges fully in 3 hours and can last up to 12 hours on low brightness and 4 hours on full brightness.
  • ❤Comfortable brightness:The lamp contains a matte finish on the outside so the light emitted is not too dark or too bright. The warm white and cool white options make the lamp ideal for a soft glow to create an ambiance or as a nightlight for little children.
  • ❤Excellent customer service:We are intent to provide you a good quality LED moon lamp.You will be satisfied with the purchase in AMZLIFE.If any problem,feel free to contact us on Amazon.

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YouVogue Moon Night Light PLDM 3D Printing Moon Lamp ,Warm and Cool White Dimmable Touch Control Brightness with USB Charging, Home Decorative Lights Baby Night Light,Diameter (3.15 Inch)

Product name: YouVogue Moon Night Light PLDM 3D Printing Moon Lamp ,Warm and Cool White Dimmable Touch Control Brightness with USB Charging, Home Decorative Lights Baby Night Light
Material: PLA
Surface accuracy : 12.5um
Body color: White
Lighting Color: white and yellow
Bulb: LED
Wattage: 0.1W —-1.5W
Voltage:DC 5V
Charging time: 1.5 hours
Working Time: 6-12 hours (depends on brightness)
Power supply: USB DC 5V

It’s a very cute, fun small moon night light,baby moon lamp.
It looks totally round with a small flat bottom for stand upright (no required additional mount).
The charge port and on/off button are designed in the bottom.
It made by 3D Printed durable environmentally friendly materials that shows your realistic moon surface roughness but touch feeling soft and comfortable.
It is easy to use. It has two colored lights: White and Orange-Yellow. It’s brightness adjustable.
You can control the Light color and brightness by your finger down on the sensor Switch pad on the bottom.
Color control: click sensor pad and color turn to Yellow–White–Closed
Brightness control: holding to touch the sensor pad and switch brightness from bright to dim or dim to bright.
Smart charging chip, when charging, the charging port lights red, full will off.
Lightweight, it will never hurt your kids when play it.
Soft and stable light frequancy .
Good for Creative gift ,Romantic dinner,Art Decor,Imaginary space,Kid’s room nightlight….

Product Features

  • The moon lamp is made by the 3D printer according to the astronomical data and the texture of the real moon.The 3d moon lamp’ material is PLA , is resistant to pressure, anti-fall and durability.
  • The moon light has rechargeable lithium battery .It is very convenient for you to carry and use it.The full moon light can be exchanged into two colors flexibly (Warm/Cold color) by touch switch and change the brightness.
  • The lamp offers an impressively wide 360 degree beam angle.It is romantic presents for your lover.Add interest to display wall,bar,coffee shop,senior restaurant. For Bedroom,bookcase decoration,gifts.
  • In the bedroom ,the night moon light would be a good partner for your kids. The cozy moon light will bring them sweet dream.
  • Please be assured that if you’re not completely satisfied, then contact and we will give you a 100% refund within 100 days of purchase. It is our intention to offer the best customer service on Amazon.

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London Designer 3D Prints Weather Forecasting Wave Lamp

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While many of us relegate talking about the weather to people-pleasing small talk, knowing whether it is going to rain or snow today, tomorrow, and later in the week is something most of us take for granted. Detailed information is widely available. You may spend part of each day tuned into the weather channel, wading through loads of extraneous information before you finally get what you need, or focusing on a couple of icons that tell you what the day will bring from your phone.

What if you could just roll over in the morning though, squint through still half-asleep eyes, and know what weaththe weather held simply through the hue of the lamp at your bedside? Leave it to curious makers like Dushyant Ahuja to come up with something just like that. Upon perusing the annals of Thingiverse, the London designer’s attention was gotten by a wave lamp that inspired him to go one step further and include the weather forecast.

“I couldn’t simply leave it to be a bedside lamp. I had to make it wifi and show the weather,” explains Ahuja in his Instructable.

He uses a ESP8266 module with WS2812B LEDs for showing the forecast based on corresponding colors, with the light switching off at 10 PM and then back on in the morning at 6 AM.

If you are interested in making your own weather forecasting wave lamp, you will need the following:

Tools:

  • 3D printer – one that can print at least 30-35cm
  • USB-TTL module to program the ESP-12E
  • Hot glue gun
  • Soldering iron

Consumables:

  • PLA – white for the lamp and another color for the base
  • 30 WS2812B Addressable RGB LEDs
  • ESP8266 – 12E
  • 74HCT245N
  • 5V power supply
  • 5V-3.3V Power converter
  • A few header pins and resistors
  • Solder

Although this is quite a time-consuming piece to make, one of the attractive points is that it does not require any supports, although Ahuja did use a 5mm brim to see that the print adhered to the bed. See the Instructable for settings.

“…This is a huge print and takes a lot of time,” states Ahuja. “So, if you’re not comfortable leaving your printer overnight (or over several nights) this is not for you. Get it printed using 3D Hubs. Mine took over 30 hours.”

He created the stand with Tinkercad, and you can download the design here, using colored PLA for printing.

“Be warned though – the cavity I’ve created doesn’t have any supports and the inside gets a little messy, especially with the woodfill PLA that doesn’t bridge well,” says Ahuja.

The top is an optional piece. If you are interested in creating it, see more here.

“I created it in Tinkercad to hide the hole at the top of the lamp. It’s nothing great, but works,” says Ahuja.

Next, you will need to create the circuit. Ahuja had a couple of boards left over from previous projects, and used those for the lamp project.

“The circuit used for this lamp is extremely simple and if your WS2812Bs (some do, some don’t) work at 3.3V signal, it’s even simpler as you can then avoid the 74HCT245N.”

Follow the directions for programming and coding, and then all that is left is assembly. Ahuja states that this is a functional design, but he is still working on it, adding other new features such as a notification for missed phone calls, wake up light, and more. He is open to suggestions, and asks that you post images if you create your own lamp.

Discuss this article and other 3D printing topics at 3DPrintBoard.com or share your thoughts below. 

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[Sources: Hackaday; Instructables]