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Christmas Tree Advent Calendar

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3D model description

I wanted to make an abstract tree-shaped calendar. After lots of ideas I landed on this organic minimalistic looking shape. Even though it was a huge challenge, I managed to fit 24 trays in the tree (had to add a trunk and a "star").

The size of the trays are big enough to fit small candies or other stuff. About 30x40x50mm

I wish you a merry Christmas, enjoy!

3D printing settings

I printed mine on my Prusa MK3 with 0.2mm layerheight.

If you need help to find the best printing position for each tray just ask me (bridging helped me a lot)

To make the numbers 2 coloured I inserted a filament change after the third layer (at 0.8mm).

When its printed you only have to glue the numbers to the trays, you can of course glue them randomly to make it more exiting. I didn't had time to make the numbers/hanldes to click right on, but glue works just fine. (Maybe I'll make a better version if requested).

NOTE: You need a print volume big enough for the main part (approximately 200mm by 230mm)

  • 3D file format: ZIP
  • Last update: 2019/11/11 at 23:00
  • Publication date: 2018/12/07 at 09:47





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