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Simple Incense Burner

by GBDave, published

Simple Incense Burner by GBDave Nov 3, 2012
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2894Views 1056Downloads Found in Household Supplies
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Summary

A simple incense burner sliced to be MakerBot friendly.

I've been burning a lot of incense lately using a beer can to hold the sticks. Got sick of cleaning up the mess and designed one myself.

Instructions

MakerBot Instructions:

Print the following STL files using the following GCODE settings:

Files:
IncenseBurner1.stl
IncenseBurner2.stl
IncenseBurner3.stl

Object Infil: >= 25
Layer Height: .30
Shells: 1
Feedrate: 30

Once printed glue them together.

I have also included the full model in both STL and DWG formats for Replicator users to either print the solid model or slice the model themselves.

This project is listed as a work in progress only because I have not yet finished printing my first model.

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Isn't this something of a fire hazard?

i think the pins used to connect the parts need some work.. i had to file mine down..

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