July 2017

Dasyn replaced main shop image (July 25, 2017 9:01 AM)

The main image of Dasyn's main shop in Yahoo! shopping was recently replaced. The new title contains photos of recent products and a copy, i.e., “why don't you replace your filament and fluorescent lamps by well-designed LED lamps?”. It also contains the name and mail address of Dasyn.

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Dasyn exhibited and sold bulbs with sparkling 3D-printed cover at “HandMade In Japan” (July 25, 2017 7:50 AM)

Dasyn joined HandMade Japan on July 22 to 23 at Tokyo Big Site. Dasyn exhibited and sold bulbs and lamps with sparkling 3D-printed shades. Three types of lamps, i.e., ones for AC 100 V, ones for DC 12 V, and ones for coin batteries, were displayed.

I recommended customers to replace filament and fluorescent lamps by designed LED lamps, and I also offered to design LED bulbs by themselves. I accepted one on-the-fly design order of a lamp with batteries, but no other orders.

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“Toward Collaborative LED Lighting Design by Helical 3D Printing” -- Brochure for Maker Faire Tokyo (July 15, 2017 11:30 AM)

DasynMFT17brochure.jpgDasyn.com created a brochure for Maker Faire Tokyo, which is described mainly in Japanese. This brochure describes technologies, products, and prototypes, which have been recently developed by Dasyn.com. The subtitle for this brochure is “Toward Collaborative LED Lighting Design by Helical 3D Printing”.

Dasyn will exhibit and sell bulbs with sparkling 3D-printed cover at two events (July 15, 2017 10:57 AM)

Dasyn joins HandMade Japan, which will open on July 22 to 23 at Tokyo Big Site. and Maker Faire Tokyo (MFT) , which will open on August 5 to 6 also at Tokyo Big Site. Dasyn will exhibit and sell bulbs and lamps with sparkling 3D-printed shades. Three types of lamps, i.e., ones for AC 100 V, ones for DC 12 V, and ones for coin batteries, are displayed. Interior products for USB power are also displayed. The printing method for these shades and stands, i.e, the helical 3D printing method, will be demonstrated by using two 3D printers.

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