Koselig // Light Shade

koselig /ko:seli / (Norwegian): cozy.

Koselig is a 3D printed shade that is designed to have two levels of brightness depending on its orientation. It was printed with ColorFabb natural and woodfill filaments on a Type A Machines Series 1 Pro with a Palette. 

Koselig lets more light through when
the natural PLA is on top.

The model was designed in OnShape and is available here

STL files are available here.

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This post is part of a new series we're trying out called Mosaic Manufactured -- we're trying to show awesome applications of 3D printing and Palette. We'd love to hear your feedback in the comments, on reddit, via email, etc.


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  • Guy Snover

    Love it! Great design. I can’t wait to try a palette out.


  • Ian K.

    This lamp is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing the design, and for all the work that has been put into developing the Palette. I had not heard of the Palette system until I saw the preview post of this lamp on Reddit, and I must say it is the most exciting piece of tech I have seen since I purchased my printer. Keep up the good work!


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