Summary The viewing panes are 156mm x 104mm x 2mm. The thinnest sections allow light to pass through, especially if you use translucent filament (I choose glow in the dark). Any image can be set-up on the panes, but this lamp was designed to use standard photo lithophanes. The base was designed around a cheap LED tap light I found on Amazon. The lithophane frame sections are 4 prints of the same piece. A dual tongue and groove fits the parts together and helps hold in the images during assembly. My printed base is my original base, so the light is too close to the panes. I raised the height of the walls on the base to sink the light lower below the panes to improve visibility. I used the following site and settings for creating the lithophanes in my test print. Model Settings Set model parameters Maximum Size (MM) 156 Thickness (MM) 2 Border (MM) 3 Thinnest Layer (MM) 0.2 Vectors Per Pixel 4 Base/Stand Depth 0 Curve 0 Image Settings Set image parameters Positive Image Mirror Image Off Flip Image Off Refresh on Image Click Repeat X Count 1 Repeat Y Count 1 Mirror Repeat Off Flip Repeat Off Tap light: Print Settings Printer: XYZ Da Vinci 1.0 Rafts: No Supports: No Resolution: 0.2mm Infill: 15-20%

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