The Lantern of the Damned ( Compatible Bambu lab LED Lamp Kit )


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Main structure only 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
Main structure only 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
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A1 mini, P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A113.7 h
4.9
nun 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
nun 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
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A1 mini, P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A156 min
5.0
Pennywise 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
Pennywise 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
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A1 mini, P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A159 min
5.0
LED channel 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
LED channel 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
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A1 mini, P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A12.1 h
5.0
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Update: More panels added found in this collection

 

 

Behold, The Lantern of the Damned, the customizable lamp that's the perfect addition to any Halloween decor! With its interchangeable panels, you can turn it into a wicked witch, a cackling skeleton, or any other creepy character that suits your fancy. And with its compatibility with Bambu Lab's LED lamp kit or a generic LED strip, you can set the mood with just the right amount of eerie illumination.

 

 

  • Endless Possibilities: Choose from a wide selection of eerie panels to customize your spooky lamp.
  • Effortless Printing: No support material needed for printing, making it a hassle-free experience.
  • Works seamlessly with Bambu Lab's LED lamp kit and a generic LED strip.
  • Assembly Made Easy: Snap together with ease - no glue or extra hardware required.
  • No AMS required. Simply print 2 layers in white and swap filament once.
  • Everything is printable on all Bambu lab printers including the A1 mini
  • Fully compatible with my mystic lamp panels collection. Panel templates are available to remix
  • Request panels down in the comments and I will try my best to make them.

Print instructions:

Main structure:

Designed to be 100% support free.

Layer height: 0.2

Infill: 5%

Bottom/top layers: 4

Walls: 2

 

Panels:

Print directly with from the print profile if its available for the model that you desire.

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first layer:0.2

remaining layers height: 0.1

Print 2 layers in white ( or another a light color) and simply pause and swap to black ( or automatically with the AMS 3mf files included)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LED Strip:

 

Print the LED channel if you don't have the Bambu lab LED kit.

 

The channel can fit around a 2 meters. you do not need to cut the strip if its longer. instructions below.

 

Bambu Lab LED lamp kit
Generic LED strip( 2meters)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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You write here that you should print 2 layers of white on the boards. So from layer 3 (0.6mm) a different color. But that doesn't fit because some details of the figure then become different colors and no longer fit. This works with a layer of white.

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Can you please show me where the slider is for the filament switch? Also what layer height are you using

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@Kardes.Design I use a layer height of 0.2 If you slice the image yourself, the bottom bare layer is missing. In your print profiles they are there, but something black is missing in detail

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@Kardes.Design I think I found the error, with 0.08 extra fine it works. A first bare layer is printed and then you can also print 2 white layers.

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Hello, thank you for making these, Could you make one for Guy Fawkes? Only if you have time.

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I am glad you like it! I will make him within 24 hours. Thanks for the suggestion!

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Testing them now.

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I uploaded 2 versions. This is one of them. Your wish has been fulfilled😉(Edited)

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thank you very much for your creation. It turned out great for me. *****(Edited)

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Looks great! Thanks a lot for sharing the pictures! I will make a colored lithophane version of the grogu panel. You will need the CYMK bundle to make it.

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@Kardes.Design ok thanks, which one I have :-)

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Hey there, at first i would like to say thank you for this awesome design! I would like to combine your design with WLED. Therefore i purchased some adressable led strip with 2 meters. I would like to integrate effects in my setup. One effect could be to activate LEDs only on one side of the led tube, so that only one picture is visible. Unfortunally i dont know if thats possible with wled and led stripe wricked around that tube. Is there a possibility to design a square tube to glue the led stripe vertically on? IT would be graet if you could Design this Thing with an "X" inlay, so that the light from one side only shines on one picture panel. I think there could be some interessting effects in this setup. I hope you understand what i am talking about 😅 Best regards Markus Ps: I have printed in PetgX from Extrudr and it looks great!

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Hello, I want to thank you for the pictures and your interest. The square design is definitely easy to make. The X divider is a good idea. I am just not sure how you want the LED to go from one chamber to the other. Is it a long LED strip or 4 multiple strips?

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@Kardes.Design It is a strip of 2 meters. I think i will have to cut the string and solder them togehter to go from one chamber into another. The same thing will be when there will be for example 6 LEDs going upwarts, and i want to change direktion downwards to get more LEDs in that chamber. I think without soldering there is no way

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@MarkusTheMaker Alright I will see what I can do. I'll let you know

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LED channel 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill

no problems printing on x1c

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Thanks! You shared the first complete make! I really appreciate it ❤️

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Main structure only 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill

Super simple print on the lantern parts. the panels were pretty easy too. Took a few times to get some right. Some panels you prints two layers and then change colors and some you only print one. (Edited)

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Thank you for the rating!

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Pennywise 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill

My kid went as Pennywise for Halloween so I had to print this one. Lools great!

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Hahaha had to match it! Thanks for the photo and the rating!

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Main structure only 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill

This turned out awesome and the panels to go in it look great. also printed the LED strip holder for the inside as I don’t have the Bambu LED light kit. Everything worked great.(Edited)

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I am glad everything worked out! Thank you the review and the nice rating!(Edited)

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Hello, a big thank you for this lantern, It is incredible, easy to make and looks superb (I choosed red and white background mix)! It will light up our Halloween evening :)

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Thank you for your kind words! I am glad you appreciate the simplicity and the ease of printing. I printed multiple iterstions before this final design was perfected for 3D printing. Your color combo looks too good!

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First of all, a big THX to the designer. But i don´t know what i´m doing wrong. Using the the button "Open in Bambu Studio" works well. But i can´t open the provided STL files in Bambu Studio. Other STL´s are working well. But these here Bambu Studio wont open. Love this lamp and want to print Mike Myers and Jack Skellington. By the way. Would it be possible to make som emore scary superstars like Freddy Krüger, Jason Voorhees, Pinhead, Ghostface, Jack Torrance, Samara,... Thank you in advance. Oli.

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Thank you for your interest! Could you please tell me which STL won't open? Is it all of them? Can you try to open bambu studio and then import the STLs? I will definitely try to make one of those panels that toy requested today. Which one is the one you want the most?

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@Kardes.Design Oh man, i´m so stupid... Forget anything i wrote about your stl´s. I unzipped the zip-file i´ve downloaded. Inside there were two more zip-files that have to be unzipped first. Didnt do so and my explorer showed me the files without unzipping. And these files arent able to use. Now i also unzipped the stl.zip and hurray, i can import the files to my slicer. Sometimes you cant see things that are direct in front of your nose.... Which one i prefer most? I think Jack Torrance could look great in the lantern. Or Freddy Krüger too. Dont know which one is easier or better for you to design.

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@oliloy Hahaha no worries I am glad you can open them now. I will see which what I can do for those panels you requested. I'll get back to you within 12 hours. You should have the lamp printed by then

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