We explored digital printing and new software programs for this project. After experimenting with Tinkercad, SketchUp, Autodesk 123D Catch, and MeshMixer, I dug my heels in and learned OpenSCAD, an open source program for creating 3D CAD objects. I included a screen shot of an OpenSCAD coding window. The two-part lamp base was designed in Project ShapeShifter and then imported into OpenSCAD for integration into the final project. Project Shapeshifter is a free technology preview from Autodesk Labs created to help designers model complex 3D printable geometries. I printed the solid base with an Ultimaker 3D printer. The upper portion of the lamp base was printed by the 3D printing service, Shapeways. The 3D printer software was a challenge. Designs were adjusted online and then sliced into layers that the printer could extrude. It was exciting to see my design as part of a working lamp and fun to repurpose discarded hard drive platters. A remote control allows color, brightness, and light show changes from about 25 meters.