These are some lamps used for my 3d printed graveyard decoration. The lamp comes with these parts:
- Pole: A pole with screw treads. Shouldn't need supports. It's hollow so you can run a stake through it to help it stand up.
- Head: Screws onto the pole. Needs supports. I suggest printing it upside down.
- Hat: Snaps onto the head. My printer was able to print it upside down without supports, but you may need some.
- Glass: Print 6 of these per lamp in a transparent material and glue on. I tried printing these with multi-material, but the light scatters much better when printed flat.
It also comes with an optional coffin to house a circuit with JST connectors for the lights, a 3x AA battery holder, and a light sensor to automatically turn it on. It consists of 2 parts:
- Lid: Can be printed upside down without supports.
- Bottom: Needs supports for the JST connectors.
Here's a complete video recording of the circuitry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_hfNo4hdkU
Code & parts list for the circuit: https://github.com/Jasdoge/HalloweenLamps
You can always disregard the coffin and plug the lamps into a wall adapter, or put the batteries through some resistors straight to the lamps in the coffin if you don't want to bother with the circuitry.
Note: The gravestones can be found here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3922312
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You probably want to print the lamp head upside down with supports. The hat should be printed upside down as well. The angle may be a bit steep, but mine didn't need supports.