Floor Lamps Hack report - 10

Published on May 2nd, 2014 | by Rudolf Wormgoor

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Bamboolite





Hack report - 10

Materials: Wastepaper basket FNISS € 199 and several -non IKEA- components (see the pictures)

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Place the FNISS upside down.
Cut the bamboo rods as long as 1450 mm.
Connect the ropes (220 mm) to the nipple and put cable, fitting and and the nipple.
Carefully measure out the places to be pierced with a hot welding device.
Stick the tie wraps through the holes.

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Put the sockets to the down side end of the bamboo rods.
Close the tie wraps loosely and close in the looped ropes and the cable.
Stick the rods through the tie wraps, close them tightly and cut the ends.

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(Updated: May 5, 2014)
CAUTION: The electrical components used in this hack is not suitable for outdoor use. Please use the right electrical components if you wish to adapt this hack for outdoor.

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Jules

One Response to Bamboolite

  1. concerned reader says:

    To use any electrical components outdoors they’d have to be adequately protected from moisture and water (IP67 would do the trick I’d say). Based on your pictures, it seems to me that you used standard components meant for dry and clean indoor conditions (ie not suitable for use outdoors or even in bathrooms). Thus this setting is probably unsafe as it is. Please, check your components and change them to protected ones before further use in your garden.

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