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Game of Thrones Dragon – 3D print Figure and Lamp

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  • This product is a digital 3D model ready to be 3D printed not a physical product
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  • Highly detailed model of a dragon from Game of Thrones
    3D Model fully ready for Simple 3D printing FDM ,SLS and SLA printer.
  • Data ready for 3D printing:
    • full .stl files with different printing options
    • also separated into smaller printable pieces

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Game of Thrones

Description

Dragon with Flames – Lamp or Figure – GAME OF THRONES 3D PRINT MODEL

Instructions on assembling can be found here

    • This product is a digital 3D model ready to be 3D printed not a physical product
    • For a physical product you can check out our etsy store

This is a model of Game of Thrones Dragons with different kinds of options.
-with or without the Night King riding on its back
-3 different kinds of flames (one straight flamethrower, one wide for a bigger light bulb and one in between that is on most pictures and can easily stand on a flat surface)
-with or without the option of having it prepared for the insertion of an LED for lighting (pre-cut holes and easy assembly)
-a high polygon version for detailed printing
-a pre-cut versions of the dragon so it needs less supports and so you can print it bigger with you given surface are (wings separate and body in three parts)
– a lower detail version where we’ve added holes to the wings so it looks like the dead dragon.

Files contain different versions of the GoT dragons and flames. The dragons also included cut into smaller parts in stl format.

SCALE

The main two scales of the dragons are 250 mm (which fits diagonally on a Prusa sized printer) wide and 500 mm
You can scale the model to any size you like. It is in high detail so you can very large if you like.

 

PRINTER SETTINGS

We printed the dragon with Fillamentum’s PLA. We recommend a layer height of 0.05 to 0.2 mm on FDM printers. All parts are aligned to the printing platform for easy manipulation. Some parts of the dragon definitely need supports. For reliable printing, we also recommend setting a brim to some of the parts. It will ensure, that the parts will not come off the printing platform during the printing process. Printing settings will vary greatly depending on your specific printer. For printing the straight flame without supports in the top part to print for a lamp I recommend splitting the print into two processes where you would use supports in the bottom part to be able to print the vertical surface and then leave the straight part without supports so it looks nicer and carries light better.

 

If you’d like to suggest what we should do next, check out our pre-order page and fill in your suggestion: 3d-mon.com/preorder

 

This model was created by someone from our 3Demon team. It is fan-made. We are group of modelling and 3d printing enthusiasts, who work in a 3D makerspace located in Prague, Czech Republic. We make cosplay accessories, technical gadgets and much more.

The model was meant to be like Viserion, the dragon that burnt down the wall, but since the other two look very similar you can print is as any of them – just scale Drogon a bit bigger J . You can keep Rhaegal at the original size.

Reviews

  1. Nicash (verified owner)

    Asombrosa calidad. Excelente diseño.

    • Filip

      Thank you 🙂

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Got something to discuss?


Customer
ron
5 months 18 days ago

What LED did you use?

Support
Filip
5 months 10 days ago

It’s a puck LED

Guest
Daniel Barkess
5 months 14 days ago

Hi, fantastic work on the model. I would just like to ask, what did you use as a light source for the models? TIA

Support
Filip
5 months 10 days ago

Hi, we’ve made an instructables step by step. You can check it out here

Customer
Gregory Stockman
4 months 15 days ago

I don’t see how you’re orienting the chest piece of this print to be printed without support.

Support
Filip
4 months 15 days ago

Hi, I print it upside down (with the neck pointing down). It still needs supports but much less compared to printing it whole and when you print it upside down the scales on his chest will look nice and won’t have supports.

Customer
Cortafuegos
1 month 11 days ago

Hi, excellent job.
What is the flame to use in the form of a lamp that corresponds to the 500 mm dragon?
If you need to scale the following files for the 500 mm dragon, what is the appropriate percentage of these two files using Simplify 3D.
flame-empty-for-lamp-250mm-dragon
flame-base-for-lamp-250mm-dragon
Thank you

Support
Filip
1 month 10 days ago

Hi, yes you can print those and the scale would be 200%

Customer
Cortafuegos
1 month 9 days ago

Thank

 

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