Monument Valley Lamp Trophy comp. w. Bambu Lamp Kit

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Monument Valley Lamp Trophy comp. w. Bambu Lamp Kit

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7.6 h
3 plates
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Customizable sign
Customizable sign
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19 min
1 plate
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multi color, 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
multi color, 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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4 plates
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Description

1. Model Overview

This unique design is a lamp or trophy inspired by the aesthetic of the Monument Valley game. It's fully compatible with the Bambu Lamp Kit 001, making it a versatile and stylish addition to any space.

Compatible Hardware Kit: LED Lamp Kit-001. For more details, visit Bambu Lab Store

2. Model Specifications

  • Dimensions: 200mm (H) x 120mm (W) x 100mm (D)
  • Weight: ~115g
  • Material & Color Recommendations:
    • Main body: Black or White Marble is recommended for a architecture finish
    • Sign: White is recommended for clarity and contrast.

3. Printing Parameters

  • Layer Height: 0.20mm is recommended to ensure a smooth finish
  • Infill Percentage: 15% for optimal balance of strength and material usage.
  • Support/Adhesion: No support
  • Plate: A smooth PEI Plate is ideal for this print

4. Assembly Instructions

The main architecture is designed in 5 pieces connected via hex-shape pins, it can be printed without any support. While the pin connections are robust, adding glue between layers can enhance stability.

 

Assembly Process:

Step 1: Insert 4 pins into the base.

Step 2: Assemble the sides and back parts.

Step 3: Place 3 pins on the top of the side and back parts

Step 4: Attach the pillar with its pin

Step 5: Fit the top part into place

Step 6: Insert the award sign into place

Step 7: The LED base, originally from the Halloween Jack-O’-Lantern model, can be reused here. So you can save some printing time if you already printed this. Secure it by pushing and rotating counter-clockwise from the top.

Additional Customization:

For Ida model, it seems that the pegs to join them are missing. So I just use a little bit glue during the assembly. For this 50% size, glue is necessary anyway. Please refer comments to get more information for printing and gluing.

And TA-DA, there you have it!

Sign Customization:

5. Gallery of Finished Prints

by @ida.liu21
by @Jorple
by @JoveA1mini

6. Version History and Updates

  • 2024/01/10 Update
    • Update document
    • Add instructions for customize the sign
    • Add finished prints images
  • 2023/12/20 Update
    • Initial upload.

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The game comes to reality
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Thanks so much for sharing your print. I am so glad you like it!
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Replying to @Sven97 :
Suggestion: Carve wire troughs into the back of the building and let the wires follow the wire trough to the bottom, so that the lamp wires can be hidden
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Replying to @JoveA1mini :
Thanks for your suggestion! I will definitely work on it. Sadly, I have not received my LED kit yet, so I didn’t got a chance to measure and design a good structure for hiding the wire. I do want to make the structure hidden in the design. Will update the model once I received my kit!
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Absolute pleasure to print, and such a fun and thoughtful design! I love how it uses the LED Lamp Kit as a sort of standard part, and the print in place handle at the top was a neat surprise! Definitely sells the whole lantern design. The assembly was super easy, though it definitely requires a bit of glue to keep it all together (especially for the Ada and Crow model). Had a bit of trouble getting Ada's legs in at 50% scale, so I assembled her legs and body in Bambu Studio, and printed her with tree supports- that worked much better!
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This really is a great practice! Thanks for sharing! I also encountered a little bit issue when printing the legs with Martin Moore's model in 50% scale. I will try your approach next time!
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multi color, 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
LOVE IT!!! thank you for such an awesome model i absolutely loved this game when it came out and still play so this was awesome to print, please make more scenes from monument valley haha i printed mine in polymaker galaxy black and marble white :) still waiting on my led to arrive lol
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Some magic is here ! A quick mod with: 1) NEOPIXEL RGB5050 WS2812 (8 BIT) 2) battery 1200 mAh 3) 03962A battery charger And WLED Project to control :-O https://kno.wled.ge/ - PLA Sparkle - Black - Almost Perfect :-) https://youtu.be/WHIUJ6sogEs
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Filaments used: - Bambu Lab PLA Matte Charcoal - Bambu Lab PLA Matte Ivory White
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printed in marble Fascinating
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How did you hold the Ida model together? I can't seem to find the pins
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Hey I was wondering if you could design this? ''Lexus F Logo''
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Thank you VERY much for this great Lamp! I made another lamp holder for batterie lamps - see remix I think other people can make it better - I am not experienced, but I wanted to use my batterie lamp regards fritz
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amazing
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The pegs to hold the Ida model together seem to be missing from the linked files. Any ideas on an alternative?
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I just simply glued them together, worked fine
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Replying to @Sven97 :
thank you, what kind of glue did you use?
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Replying to @shrimpisbugss :
I just used 416 super glue. But 416 will come with a little bit cyanoacrylate frosting issue when excess cyanoacrylate monomers vaporize. So I just used very little amount to make sure there is no excess. I know there are some better choices for gluing pla, such as cement from tamiya. But I didn’t try it myself, so I don’t know the exact performance for sure.
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