Old Wooden Coffin

$ 3.99

Designer

GOODesign

GOODesign is a design studio established in Seoul, Korea by a representative who has been active in product design and 3D CG field for 20 years. As a design company that pursues a reasonable and differentiated digital design, it has always presented a new direction through working with clients such as Hyundai Motor, Siemens Korea and beiersdorf.   This time, we have put out the life product for 3D printing by utilizing various technique design based on the shape of the Class-A surface. These products are especially the result of deep research on the 3D printing dominant shape that can not be mass-produced using a mold.

An old wooden coffin designed for holding candy for Halloween.
I designed this inspired by a rotten wooden coffin that looks like something out of a horror movie cemetery.
In order to express the eerie atmosphere, the feeling of an old wooden coffin that rots and cracks is expressed in detail.
It's a bit small to go to get candy on Halloween, but you can print and use it in an enlarged size, or put a candy inside and give it as a gift.
And it can be used for storing small and simple items in general.

Here's how to assemble it.
1. First cut the support attached to the hinge.
2. Push up the hinges until you hear a “click” sound.
3. Close the lid of the coffin to make sure the hinges are raised enough.
4. Glue the bottom part of the coffin.
Printing on Prusa 3D printers and assembling video

Military Khaki(Wood color) filament PLA link
Super glue link
Flexible build bed link


Wishing you a happy Halloween with this wooden coffin.
Happy Halloween~

1 : 15 scale
Largest part in printing, size = X126mm, Y 133mm, Z 28mm, After full assembly size= X 65mm, Y 130mm, Z 35mm

Total Weight = 62g

File
File 6.5 MB
Average Time
[0.1mm] Main-Body : 12h 30m / 46g
[0.1mm] Bottom : 4h / 16g
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  • Albano3D
    2022-10-23 03:08:22

    Hola, el pack contiene el stl de las calaveras?

  • jwparks537908
    2022-10-06 03:25:59

    I need help!!! I've tried printing the coffin and lid. Using Ender 3 V2, I have the layer hgt at 0.1 mm, speed at 40 mm/sec, horizontal expansion -0.15mm, flow is set at 80% and temps set at 210/50 C. When the print is complete, the hinges are welded together and I'm unable to bend them without breaking them.
    Can anyone offer any suggestions as to what I'm doing wrong? I've already printed 3 of these, adjusting the flow rate from 100% - 80% with the same results.

    Thanks

    fab365
    2022-10-06 16:47:21

    Horizontal expansion is not helpful for Print-in-place designs.
    And you nozzle is too high from bed.
    Please check Fab365 print-tips.
    https://fab365.net/pages/14013138303/parts_not_move

  • jwparks537908
    2022-10-02 00:51:26

    I'm using Cura 5.1 for slicing and printing on Ender 3 V2. On the information page, is the printing time shown when using a layer height of 0.1mm?

    fab365
    2022-10-04 18:44:06

    Yes~

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