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Lunael's Dream

Creation's quality: 4.9/5 (14 votes)
Evaluation of members on the printability, utility, level of detail, etc.

3D model description

Lunael dreaming of solitude. This model is modeled to print partly hollow to allow lighting inside, and there's an additional hole next to the book if you want to also bring the light out. I used "fairy LED" strip for easy and cheap lighting setup.


I have not tested the multimaterial files beyond checking they slice okay, consider them a bonus for now, I will fix whatever issues you might have with them.

3D printing settings

Bit of infill recommended to support upper layers, the moon part is modeled hollow regardless if your infill settings. No supports necessary.

  • 3D file format: STL and ZIP
  • Publication date: 2020/04/26 at 12:59





I'm someone who always admired artists, but never managed to create anything of my own, not untill I discovered 3D printing.
The first time I held my own creation in my hand, I knew this was my thing, and it has been ever since. Designing and especially learning HOW, is a passion for me.

Almost all my models are made to learn something in the process, and that keeps me improving and branching out to new things. A major motivation also has been the community, who have encouraged and supported my efforts to a point I never dreamed possible!

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The led lights dont melt the pla?

im kinda confused at how a design like this could get less than 5 stars. this is absolutely gorgeous. good job!

You should not need to use any supports at all, especially at smaller scales, keep the default orientation and just print it like that. For me it worked fine without any support on both resin and FDM printers, though I haven't done it on the Form2, should be possible to just disable support generation in Preform though. Glad you like the design!

I have to second the request for perhaps having a shell version like your Moon City. My Form2 insisted on filling the moon with supports which are proving to be difficult to remove from the inside of the structure. But regardless of that one minor detail -- beautiful design. Absolutely love it. I printed it rather small because I am going to try to fit this into a hollowed out clock as a kind of diorama and run extra LED 'stars' all over the place. (I'll post a picture if it comes out okay.)

It shouldn't need any special settings, I generally use 2 perimeters, 10% infill and 0.15mm layer height with my Prusa.

Can you share your printing settings with me for this model? Like extrusion width and some others.

It is not designed to print like that, at very least it would require a ton of support structures and much more prototyping to get the tolerances acceptable so it could be assembled. Maybe, and this is a big MAYBE you could use the multicolor files to do this for some of the parts, but I can't say how well it would work in the end.

Can I print this model as seperated parts? I want to combine the parts afterwards to avoid painting. Great model Btw.

Nice keep it

Well of course, I wouldn't be selling the design otherwise? :D

nice did you design it?

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