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8 of the Best Prints for Hanukkah

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by Benjamin Goldschmidt
Dec 23, 2019
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To celebrate Hanukkah, we've collected some great themed 3D prints. We hope it won't take a miracle to print all eight with a single roll of filament. Chag urim sameach!

Best Hannukah 3D prints

Thanksgiving Menorah

This thanksgiving menorah is the ultimate lazy man's holiday decoration!
This thanksgiving menorah is the ultimate lazy man's holiday decoration! (Source: stevemedwin via Thingiverse)

Let’s be honest, decorating for the holidays can be a huge burden. However, thanks to the ingenuity of 3D printing, you no longer have to redecorate after Thanksgiving to get ready for Hanukkah.

This Thanksgiving turkey menorah is the perfect addition to your decorations this year, and it’ll save you enough time to make some extra sufganiyah.

Who made it? stevemedwin

Who printed it? This model has been made once in PLA and has been downloaded 478 times.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Yarmulke

This 3D printed yarmulke is lightweight and functional
This 3D printed yarmulke is lightweight and functional (Source: CPR)

When you think of 3D printing, you don’t often think of yarmulke’s. However, this 3D printed cap is totally kosher to wear for your next service according to a scholar in Jewish law.

It’s recommended to 3D print this yarmulke in nylon to allow it to flex and fit a variety of head sizes. In addition, if you need many of them for the holidays, you have the option of getting 25 at a time.

Who made it? Craig Kaplan

Who printed it? This model is fully printable, although it must be purchased from the original designer. 

Where to get it? Shapeways

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Hanukkah Zombie's TIE Fighter

Why not simultaneously celebrate Hanukkah, Star Wars, and Futurama?
Why not simultaneously celebrate Hanukkah, Star Wars, and Futurama? (Source: Tankoj via Thingiverse)

In Bender’s Big Score, we got our first introduction to the Hanukkah zombie dropping his sick beats next to his Hanukkah-themed TIE fighter.

This model can be 3D printed as a top and bottom half or without the exterior wings, depending on your desire for ease of painting. Conveniently, the tie fighter has a hole for hanging as well.

Who made it? Tankoj

Who printed it? This model has one make in PLA and has been downloaded 203 times.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Bust of Moses

Add some awe to an unimpressive surface
Add some awe to an unimpressive surface (Source: Scan The World via MyMiniFactory)

If you’re more into sculptural decorations, this bust of Moses will fit right in. Despite Hanukkah not being mentioned in the Torah (since it was created long after Moses finished writing the Torah), the spirit of the holiday is based on the Jewish people trying to observe its laws in a trying time with little resources.

Interestingly enough, this depiction of Moses contains the “Moses horns”, which happen to be a mis-translation from Hebrew scriptures into Latin by St. Jerome. This occurred as a result of the Hebrew word for “radiated light”, which can also be translated as “grew horns”.

Who made it? Scan The World

Who printed it? This model is printable using a standard FDM printer. Until now, it’s been downloaded 36 times.

Where to get it? MyMiniFactory

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Yad

Reading without touching
Reading without touching (Source: stevemedwin via Thingiverse)

During the holiday, you may want to read directly from the Torah. However, doing this properly requires that you don’t touch the pages with your fingers in order to not destroy the very delicate document.

Conveniently, this Yad allows you to read the Torah with ease while still keeping to tradition. To print this file, you’ll want to angle the holding end on the build plate so that it has sufficient strength.

Who made it? stevemedwin

Who printed it? This model, which has been downloaded over 1,000 times, is printable using a standard FDM printer.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Pocket Menorah

Hanukkah to go
Hanukkah to go (Source: JRSly via Thingiverse)

If you’re on the go during the holidays, it may not be possible to bring a menorah with you to celebrate the festivities. Alternatively, in a tiny home, space may be at a premium, and so a smaller, more compact menorah may come in handy.

Impressively, this pocket menorah fits entirely inside an Altoids can for easy travel. It’s fully functional with three different candle types and flames. 

Who made it? JRSly

Who printed it? This model has been successfully made twice and has been downloaded 374 times.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Star of David Wine Charm

This wine charm is perfect for keeping track of your drink
This wine charm is perfect for keeping track of your drink (Source: Hom3d via Cults3D)

Around the holidays, it’s commonplace to drink copious amounts of wine. To help keep track of your particular glass (full of Manischewitz), get yourself one of these wine charms. It comes with a Star of David to keep you in the spirit of the season.

Who made it? Hom3d

Who printed it? This model has been made on a standard FDM printer and has been downloaded 4 times.

Where to get it? Cults3D

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Dreidel

Time to win all that Hanukkah gelt
Time to win all that Hanukkah gelt (Source: hereweigo via Pinshape)

Last but not least, you’ll need a dreidel to play for all that sweet sweet chocolate gelt after dinner. This fully-functional dreidel will have you spinning right round all night long.

Conveniently, this print comes in two separate pieces for easy printing and assembly. You’ll have so much fun with this dreidel, dreidel, dreidel, you won’t believe it’s made out of PLA!

Who made it? hereweigo

Who printed it? This model has been made on a standard FDM printer and has been viewed over 800 times.

Where to get it? Pinshape

(Lead image source: emsoll via Thingiverse)

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