Furniture & Lighting
Wooden desk lamp
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MAKE subscriber Jeff from Kitchener, ON, wrote in with this Instructable for a cool ‘woodpunk’ desk lamp with a LED light.

I’m very proud of my latest creation, the Woodpunk LED Desk Lamp. It’s made mostly of 1/4″ and 1/2″ plywood, hand-cut on a scroll saw. The cord, socket and springs were recycled from thrift store lamps. The LED lamp draws just 3W to produce 180 lumen. In total, it cost about $25-30 to make, and half of that was for the LED bulb!

Jeff includes .ai files of the design, so fire up the lazzzor!

4 thoughts on “Wooden desk lamp

  1. Great lamp designs,
    It’s rather creative but some students from schools do look at these sites
    for schoolwork……Too true, im creating a lamp in product design and researching a little (homework) beforehand.
    but i dont mind im in year 10 so im 14years old. :L
    http://blackdesklamp.com/

  2. Great lamp designs,
    It’s rather creative but some students from schools do look at these sites
    for schoolwork……Too true, im creating a lamp in product design and researching a little (homework) beforehand.
    but i dont mind im in year 10 so im 14years old. :L
    http://blackdesklamp.com/

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