Minecraft diamond ore lamp
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I would like to thank every single one of you for helping me in achieving 10,000 downloads, as a gift to all of you I am releasing the dual extruder version of the diamond lamp.
There are two versions : one with the bottom sculpted like all the sides, the other one with a full bottom.
Read the article by Tailor3d : https://tailor3d.wordpress.com/2015/05/29/minecraft-and-3d-printing-were-made-for-each-other/
Read the article by 3dprint.com : http://3dprint.com/98696/3d-print-minecraft-nightlight/
Check out my redstone version : http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:526104
To transform this piece of plastic into an awesome lamp check out the post-printing section
Thanks to Tailor3d (thumbnail), matt448 (video), MrFox (instructable) for their awesome makes.
Special thanks to jrokusekj who helped me debug the files and who was the first to print it.
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Check out MrFox's instructable http://www.instructables.com/id/RGB-Minecraft-Ore-Lamp/
Check out matt448's blog post on how to convert this model into a Bluetooth Controlled Nightlight http://matthewcmcmillan.blogspot.fr/2015/09/ble-controlled-minecraft-nightlight.html
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