A lamp designed using Solidworks and printed using a zCorp 3D printer. About half the blades broke off when it was coming out of the printer, but I managed to superglue them back on. I'll try to hide those blemishes when I finish it. Since zCorp is basically flour and glue, it only cost about $130 to print. I say "only" because if I had sent it out to a fab-lab and used STL it would have been thousands.

It's named Salazar because I used the hurricane naming method during the iterative processes. The one before it was Reginald, before that Quentin. You get the idea.

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