Bic Lighter and Cigarette or Joint Case

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Bic Lighter and Cigarette or Joint Case

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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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[2color, choose eyelet]:0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
[2color, choose eyelet]:0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
2.7 h
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Satisfyingly Heavy - 100% infill
Satisfyingly Heavy - 100% infill
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Strength Profile, 0.2mm layer, 6 walls, 25% gyroid infill
Strength Profile, 0.2mm layer, 6 walls, 25% gyroid infill
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Bic Lighter and Cigarette or Joint Case


Introducing the BlazeGuard: the ultimate solution for discreetly storing your essentials with an added touch of satisfaction, now your ideal companion gadget for every picnic, barbecue, or tracking and camping activities. Inspired by the popular JointLocker, the BlazeGuard emerged from a desire to bring a similar functionality to enthusiasts within Europe who faced difficulty in accessing the original design (https://anotherroom.io/collections/jointlockers). Fueled by a passion for innovation and a commitment to accessibility, BlazeGuard is offered freely to the community, embodying the spirit of DIY creativity and resourcefulness.

 

This sleek and compact case is designed to securely hold both a Bic lighter and your preferred smoke, whether it's a joint or a cigarette. Crafted with convenience and discretion in mind, the BlazeGuard ensures that your smoking accessories are neatly organized and easily accessible whenever you need them. Whether it's to fire up a barbecue, light up a candle on an evening candlelight picnic, ignite a campfire during a night under the stars, or even to illuminate your path during a late-night hike, the BlazeGuard ensures you're prepared for every moment, adding convenience and flair to your outdoor adventures.

 

Its durable construction provides reliable protection for your items, while its stylish design makes it a must-have accessory for any smoking enthusiast.

But that's not all – the BlazeGuard boasts a unique feature that adds to the experience. As you retrieve your Bic lighter from the case, it produces a satisfying pop sound, enhancing the ritual of lighting up. Say goodbye to fumbling around for your supplies and hello to effortless enjoyment with the BlazeGuard by your side.

 

Print Instructions:

  • Print at a layer height of 0.2mm
  • Consider using a brim if you encounter any bed adhesion issues during printing

 

Get ready to elevate your outdoor experiences with the BlazeGuard – the perfect blend of functionality and style for your smoking essentials.

 

Please also check out my other models

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Blatant copy of Slant3D's design, conveniently uploaded days after he posted a video about it.... https://youtu.be/PbGnxQifEq0?si=SKd6RuOluDgjEY_g
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Just edited the description so it contains the reference to JointLocker
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You have a number of designs I could say the same thing about Zurlingo. Did you credit the creators of SpongeBob or any of the other people you got your "idea" from. Hope you credited the guy who invented the pool table or, better yet, credited the guy who made the shark. Just cause its close doesn't mean its the same plus he's not charging for it so what's the issue? That you spent $24 on one? Your stuff is all ripped off but you felt the need to attack him. gtfo
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Replying to @Trill :
Lol What are you even talking about? - Stating a fact isn't attacking. The design is as close to Jointlocker as the dude could possibly get with no originality and no attribution in the original description. And no you couldn't say the same about my designs. They are all made from the ground up with no reference to other designers work. Some are deliberate replicas or fan art which again were all made from the ground up, and not just copied off someone else work ;) Cheers for the laugh!
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Promising print, thanks! printed on P1P, in black generic PLA, default model and profile Couple of issues, Threads: - Now the cap is too tight :P Slant3D just put out a video on the making of this, and he says color maters a lot in terms of over or under extrusion.. May need to leave more tolerance here? - Cap stem broke off while i was trying to get it off with pliers. I got it off once, but then put it back on :( it would go on smooth, but at a point it binds and game over. May need more thickness in this area? - I could barely feel the thread with my nail, but in video you can see it sticking out quite a bit: slant3D's youtube link: .be/PbGnxQifEq0?si=vrgLMsE_8mF6sL8_ Tab: -Ive attached screenshots showing the separation near the top (and bottom?), allowing the tab to flex and grab the lighter tightly.
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Thank you for posting your make and also for your improvement suggestions! :) Thread: I am also not 100% happy with the current thread options. I will definitely work on a better design there and post it as soon as I come up with a new one. Tab: Do you actually have issues with this? Or is it just that you spot a difference when comparing to the video? I have tested with PETG and PLA in different colors from different manufacturers and I always had a tight enough fit so that the lighter did not slide out by itself but I still could get it out of the case when pulling it out. I even got a nice pop when pulling it out. Again, thank you for your post and I hope I will quickly come up with a solution for the thread. Regarding the tab it would be nice to hear from you if this really is an issue right now
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Replying to @.MMM. :
Thanks for the quick reply, sorry i wanted to dial in some settings and print another before getting back to you.. I printed both caps and another body now using Orca slicer, 200mm/s inner walls, and scarf seams. The thread seems to have resolved better and the larger cap fits! Still though, i can make it slip if i force it. And its not 100% smooth, but thats ok! Threads: The original thread appears to be a spiral 3-4 layers thick making two complete turns (maybe just slightly taller?). i think it needs at least 3 layers to stick out a full track width.. not sure if that helps :P i want to try enabling fuzzy skin but i am afraid that the threads won't handle it! Tab: If i shake it, my bic comes out about half an inch. its not a big deal, just feels a little loose. Feels like they want to be complaint fins that hold the lighter, but right now its a press fit with a relief.
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printing nicely, better than other free versions of joint locker. I just wish there was a small 3d printed latch chain or hole for string to attach the cap so it won't get lost. having that cap be attached somehow even with string or metal key rings would be ideal
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Thank you for your message! I will consider your suggestion regarding the cap in one of the next interations :)
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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
just brilliant! well done
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Thank you for sharing your make! :) Right now I am improving the model so we get rid of the vertical line on the side and also I am working on an improved thread. So stay tuned for an updated version in the near future
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Replying to @.MMM. :
awesome. now how can we sell these? 😬
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Should I print hundreds of them ??? Thanks !
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maybe to big for my taste, but now I need to find a BIC to use it. they are almost extinct in my country lol
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Are you a clipper country? Amazes me those aren't the popular choice here they are so much better.
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Replying to @moonrakerone :
Spain is 100% clipper territory right now. Nothing can beat a cheap reusable, useful and reliable lighter like this. BICs are a single use toy in comparison
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This was my first functional print on my Bambu X1 Carbon I got today! Printed using Bambu Labs Transparent Pink PETG. I switched the infill to gyroid and the top and bottom surfaces to Archimedean Chords. It gave the print an almost "mother of pearl" like effect. The threads didn't print, but the lid seems to press fit ok.
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Thank you for sharing your make :) Could you share a picture of the thread? And could you also try to print the tight version of the cap and see if that works for you?
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I made my into necklaces by adding a cheap hooked screw I had a big bag of, but ideally they should come with a hole. sure I can just add a hole in a slicer or subtract a cylinder in bambustudio, but wouldn't that make a great update? should I re-upload as a remix profile? one with a hole and maybe a tab to connect the cap and the body so we don't loose it? I say let's redesign the entire cap, improve it, and replace the cap with just a sliding cap mechanism, slide back and forth to open, etc, I bet it we could improve this thing make it perfect and even have space for an ecig battery
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Nice idea to turn it into a necklace! :) If you're interested, could you create a print profile for it? When I have some time, I'll work on improving the outer shell to eliminate the vertical line artifact, which is also visible in the picture you just posted. After that, I'll enhance the cap, either by refining the thread or replacing it entirely with a different mechanism. Incorporating some kind of sliding mechanism would certainly be intriguing.
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great file, tolerances are perfect everything fits perfect, printed in abs.
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It got the pop when I pull my lighter out.
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