Brazier with flame (OpenForge compatible)
by BrentNewhall, published
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This is a brazier on four legs, designed for use in a tabletop dungeon. It also comes with a separate flame element that you can print in red (or paint), so you can have a flaming or an empty brazier. Very convenient for when a wizard casts a spell to douse all the lights in the room!
It measures just under 1" wide and about 2" tall. It prints without support on my Printrbot Simple 2014, though I had to invert the brazier to make it print most cleanly.
It is completely compatible with OpenForge and Dwarven Forge, and is designed to fit within a standard 1" square.
This entry includes with 3 files: "Brazier - base" which contains just the brazier itself; "Brazier - fire" which is just the fire, and "Brazier - base and fire" which contains both if you want a single print.
Thanks to my Patreon supporters for their contributions, which made this piece possible.
Printed with 30% infill at 0.1mm layer height.
I had to invert the brazier itself so that it would print most cleanly, but it also prints okay the "right" way up.
The brazier has been more likely to print successfully with a 1-layer raft.
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