I created this lamp in order to light up my photos of my 3D prints. The 60W version is attached to a lamp stand which I salvaged from an old lamp. I created the base of the stand as well. The 10W version comes with a tripod designed to be as compact as possible.
Both versions feature the same 10W LEDs (60W version has 6 of them) attached to a heatsink. The 10W satelite has 30 mm fan which runs always, while the 60W version has a 70 mm from an old CPU which is controlled by custom temperature sensitive circuit.
Both versions feature a boost converter to 22-28 volts. The output voltage is adjustable by the outside potentiometer in order to change the brightness.
Caps of both versions might require supports. However I printed them without them because you would have to still use a file to adjust the channel for the pin on the base. Other parts do not require supports.
NOTE: The files uploaded might differ slightly from those seen in photos because I updated them but did not print them again to save some material.
Printed in DevilDesign PET-G on Prusa i3 Mk2.5.
Takes from 1-4 hours for the smaller parts. the biggest part (the 60W body) took around 20 hours to print.
The 10W version requieres 12 volts or so (3s Li-Po, Li-Ion, 12V Lead-acid battery), the 60W version can be supplied with 8-20V as long as the power supply is capable to deliver enough current.