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3D printed Dragon lamp by 3Demon

Hello Adam! Nice to have you here for a chat : ).
Hi, same here.

It was some time ago when you published your epic 3D-Printed Dragon Lamp on Instructables. Is there any story on how you came up with this idea?
Making 3D models for printing is my hobby and job at the same time, and I love the Game of Thrones since I read the first book. The Cat’s Paw Dagger and King’s Aide Buckle were the early models. The Dragon spitting fire came immediately after.

Books are always better than films/series. What do you think about the final season? A lot of people were seriously mad..
I never compare a film with a book — it’s a different medium. I’m crazy about books because my fantasy is rich, and I see the worlds from all angles and in all colours. I admire films because I can take a rest from using fantasy :D. The end was fine, I even almost clapped.

Awesome then! But back to the project : ). Is the model downloadable for free and if yes, where?
No, the model isn’t for free, but it comes at a nominal price to allow me to make more models and give people other designs. You can download the model here: https://3d-mon.com

What do you need to assemble the lamp?
To mount it, you indeed need a banana :-D. Let’s get serious now, apart from a 3D printer and a light, you don’t need almost anything else. You can find better instructions here.

The 3D printing takes a bit over 27 hours, because we wanted a high-quality product.

On the internet, people are selling your designs as printed objects. What do you think about that?
I’m happy when people like my designs; but I like it less when people forget to mention they aren’t designers but rather just 3D printers. I don’t ban anyone from printing my designs, I don’t even mind selling prints; as compensation, I’d like to see somewhere a link or acknowledgement. And I feel even sorrier when people use my photos.

It happens a lot in the 3D printing scene :(. Have you thought about a special licence price for commercial use (selling the prints) and special for makers in non-commercial printing?
We haven’t considered a special licence yet since we often get inspiration from film and the works of others. It wouldn’t be completely ok.

What are you planning to do next?
Ha-ha, there are many plans but I can probably leak that Mandalorian, and some other lamps are coming.

Why did you choose our materials?
I’ve been printing with Fillamentum since the early days when I was establishing the MakersLab in Prague (2015 – the 3Demon’s predecessor), and the quality and reliability of your materials proves me that I don’t need to look for anything else.

Adam Kure Jech (3Demon) & Laila (Fillamentum)
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Introduction: 3D Printed Dragon Lamp

In this Instructable I'm going to show you how to 3D print and assemble your own Dragon Lamp (girls dig that).

Step 1: What Do You Need

You're gonna need

  • 3D printer obivously!
  • PLA filamentor any other material you're used to print with
  • 3D model
  • Simplify3Dany other slicing software you're comfy with
  • Light, you can use any light source that will fit your print
  • Drop of glue
  • Banana
  • Pliers

Step 2: Slicing

You can scale it as you wish as it's high resolution model. Same goes for the settings.

These are our settings that works for MK2 at 100% scale.

The bigger the better!

DRAGON

  • Extrusion width - 0,25 mm
  • Layer height - 0,15 mm
  • Perimeter shells - 2
  • Infill - 20%
  • Supports - YES
  • Brim - 15
  • Speed - 1600 mm/min (26 mm/s)
  • There is also a screen with angles that fits MK2

FLAME TOP PART

  • Extrusion Width - 0,4 mm
  • Layer height - 0,2 mm
  • Perimeter shells - 2
  • Infill - 0%
  • Supports - NO
  • Brim - 15
  • Speed - 3200 mm/min (52 mm/s)
  • Make sure you put the starting point on least visible place (above the hole).

FLAME BOTTOM PART

  • Extrusion width - 0,4 mm
  • Layer height - 0,2 mm
  • Perimeter shells - 2
  • infill - 20%
  • Supports - NO
  • Brim - NO
  • Speed - 3200 mm/min (52 mm/s)

Step 3: Printing - Timelapse

This is how dragons are born. Your process should be quite similar.

Step 4: Cleaning Your Print

FLAME TOP - ready to use

FLAME BOTTOM - take off the brim - should be pretty easy

DRAGON - Eat the banana NOW! Clean your drake off supports slowly and patiently

Simply put - treat them with love!

Step 5: Assembling

Just put the light on the bottom platform (or glue it there), close it with your top part of the flame and feed the dragon with it.

- You can put the glue between the flame parts or in his mouth so the flame sticks better. I like to change the colors, so no glue for me and it holds just fine... without cats or kids around.

Now turn the light on and enjoy your dragon's lair!

Step 6: TIPS

  • You can print the flame from crystal clear color. Then print second TOP part of the flame at 70% scale using the vase mode in another color. Play with colors and make sure you share your results with us here! (FB group) Its also a cheap way to have multicolor lamp with simple white light as the smaller flame need just few grams of material.
  • If you happen to break the flame at the top, dont worry dragon still holds fine ( experience).
  • For the first dragon, I've heated the needle and just put it through the flame and then heated the other end of the needle and stick it through dragons throat to be sure he doesn't fall. They call me dragonslayer since then. All the other dragons are just fine hanging there.
  • 2 bananas are more than one
  • You can visit our website, Facebook or Instagram to see more of our work.

Step 7: YouTube: How To

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Sours: https://www.instructables.com/3D-Printed-Dragon-Lamp/
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