A scale replica of the Concord Point Lighthouse in Havre DeGrace, Maryland, USA.
On June 10, 2017 my wife and I got married in front of this lighthouse on a beautiful sunny day.
As our first anniversary is coming up I wanted to design and print models of the lighthouse to commemorate the occasion.
(Attribution: The photo above comes from the Wikipedia page)
Information on the lighthouse and its history:
And yes, that picture of the happy couple kissing is my wife and I.
.2mm layers, 50mm/s, 3 shells
The original AutoCAD file is included without doing a Union on the parts so users can modify the design for their printer.
The above model was printed in 3D Solutech clear filament.
The handrails print very nicely in the model's original size with the above settings if your printer is good at bridging and if you print the top and bottom separately.
The combined STL is provided for adventurous makers who like lots of support.
I'm going to be printing it in a higher resolution, .08mm @ 50mm/s later for better detail (at .2mm the window and door details don't show well).
The Concord Point Lighthouse has been given explicit permission by the author to use these files freely for commercial and non-commercial use with no strings attached. No licensing or royalties will be expected from the Lighthouse or its Members.
Everyone not associated with the lighthouse is subject to the Thingiverse licensing selected - Non-Commercial uses only.