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This the fifth in the series of T Light Chandeliers that get bigger and more complex, this one is influenced by the helical stands of the date dish I designed, putting more twist in the elements. Although it is based on symetrical geometry the result is not symetrical.
You can use LED Tealights instead of burning ones for peace of mind - they will fit too.
Inspired by the tube worms that live around Hydrothermal Vents at depths of around 2.5 km this series of Chandeliers uses T Lights to their best advantage by raising and grouping them together increasing their light out-put.
They lend an elegant functionality to any dining table or home, while mimmicking the gentle sway of marine environs.
The file 'Nona helical vent2f_m.stl', this an improved version - it has the dimple that helps keep the plastic cooler and a bigger bowl for the tealight to make removal easier. It is also reconfigured to slice in Simplify3D I Recomend you print this one