Candle holder 3D model for printing: 50 results found
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Sci-Fi Candle Holderthreeding.com
I wanted to try making something ornate, so since I seem to be going through a bit of candles phase right now I decided yet another candle holder was in order. Let me know if you're getting tired of these and I'll have a crack at something else. Suggestions always welcome :) This is in the style of 60s classic Sci-Fi series, such as Star Trek, Lost In Space, Space 1999 and so on (well, as I remember them anyway). It's sized to take wide-body candles up to approximately 90mm wide but do NOT use it with tealights unless you put some sort of insulating material on the top; I found out to my cost that they get more than hot enough to melt ABS...
Table Light Voronoiredpah.com
I had seen some of the designs by n-e-r-v-o-u-s.com and they looked really good but I had a different type of tea light that I wanted to put inside but the internal gap didn't allow that sized light. So I figured out how to do voronoi (texture? mesh?) and made my own, this is the first one that I've made and I really like how it turned out. Pretty sure I was pushing the printer to the max in terms of the horizontal sections but I printed this without supports and it worked great. Makes a great centrepiece for tables, or adds mood at parties. I recommend going to a local hardware store and looking for LED battery lights and seeing what you can find to fit. I included a picture above of the one that I used I got mine from Bunnings which is good if you live in Australia but I'm sure from the range that was there most people should find an adequate light to fit.
Using a simple design, i want to demonstrate an innovative approach to how a candle holder can be designed using additive manufacturing. The geometry of candle_04 could not be manufactured using traditional methods.* Please if you like this model. let me know by pressing the like button or by leaving me a comment, i will be more than happy and that can help me also to create similar models :)
Using a simple design, i want to demonstrate an innovative approach to how a candle holder can be designed using additive manufacturing. The geometry of candle_02 could not be manufactured using traditional methods.* Please if you like this model. let me know by pressing the like button or by leaving me a comment, i will be more than happy and that can help me also to create similar models :)
40 mm Hex LED Candle Holder - Dual Extrusionredpah.com
Here's a Dual Extrusion 40 mm High, 40 mm bore, Hex LED Candle Holder:To combine the files to extrude on a single extruder hold down the shif key and click Center & Arrange, this will merge the files.I used one of those cheap LED imitation flame candles, just to show effect :-)Could be heaps better with a straight out LED
Hex Tea Light Holderredpah.com
Imagine the night filled with a soft glow beaming from specially placed tea lights. The character of light surely defines how a space feels, and with portable, dependable, light-weight holders, you can create just the right balance and touch to suit your mood.Design uses minimal material by carving out the inside of the holder. I have also designed them with safety in mind, keeping the plastic out of the way of any dancing flame. These go great with other hexagon decor and evoke a feeling of natural order and synthetic mastery.*Requires supports to print properly.*