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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
6 wall lamps are on one sprue.
The 6 Lamp posts are sprued together at the top and bottom.
At the top of each lamp post is a small hole aprox 0.4mm's that may need drilling out. The hole below is 0.6mm's that also may need drilling out.
The 6 big lamp heads are sprued together and these go above the lamp post suspended by wire.
0.7mm brass or less is recommended.
Each lamp head has a slight 'screw head' type groove cut into the top to accomodate the wire and the top holes in the lamposts also accomodate the wire. A smear of filler after will disguise this.
Simply thread a wire through and glue them home.
If you only wire up one side then you will have a nice 'Swan Neck' type lamp. If you wire up both ends to provide an oval loop then you will have another type.
The hole at the bottom of the lamp post tops in the circular shank are to fit a grab bar for lamp lighters on their ladders. Simply glue some rod through this prodtruding each end aproximately 5-8mm's each side.
The 6 small lamps with the 'L' shaped pipe are for sticking out of walls. It is reccomended that some brass wire be bent into an 'S' shape as an ornate wall bracket for these.
Whitehousefilms has kindly made a tutorial video for the lamps, link below.