This is a simple Minecraft torch i designed over the original one, made to fit a light bulb (small 2w fridge-like bulb) with an E14 lamp holder (maybe can fit other types, but it’s designed on the VIMAR 02121 with M10x1 screw.
There are 3 3D files: the body, the “burning” area and a star-like thing that is the lamp holder and fits inside the body.
All the files can be printed without supports, and i suggest a wood filament for body, and a orange-transparent for the torch head. I printed the lamp holder with wood filament just because i’m lazy at changing filaments.
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