But one of the things I'm very interested in is the conductive filament used in FDM printing(fused deposition modeling) where a spool of plastic filament (wire/string) is produced from a heated nozzle that is moved about to build up layers and thickness of your 3d model, or like in ceramics with process called "coiling" but a much finer level between 0.2-1.0mm diameter layers.
By using something like conductive filament and 3D printing we can truly customize our lamp connections, with the least amount of tools, both in functional and very important to visual arts, aesthetically.
I have much to learn and research, Expect to see this post updated for the future?
-Percy | Taming Lightning
Welcome to Taming Lightning, I'm Percy Echols II. I'm the creator and host of Taming Lightning, as well as the emerging plasma tech at Pittsburgh Glass Center, where I'm researching and developing a space to explore Plasma and Neon Light as an Artist Medium.