Select First Picture

This affects the contrast of the picture you're currently editing.

Contrast Level:

This affects the brightness of the picture you're currently editing.

Brightness Level:

Select your option:

This is the inner diameter of the sphere. The maximum outer diameter of the sphere would be this plus 2 times the maximum thickness.

Sphere Diameter (mm):

This determines whether or not there is a hole and cylinder at the bottom of the sphere.

Optional Cylinder on Bottom

This is the outer diameter of the cylinder below the sphere, if you have one.

Cylinder Outer Diameter (mm):

This is the height of the cylinder, which is the distance between the base of the sphere and the bottom of the cylinder.

Cylinder Height (mm):

This is the thickness of the cylinder and the ledge at the bottom of the cylinder.

Cylinder Thickness (mm):

This is the outer diameter of the ledge at the bottom of the cylinder.

Ledge Outer Diameter (mm):

This determines whether or not there is a hole at the top of the sphere.

Optional hole at the top

This determines the distance between pictures on the lithophane surface.

Top Hole Diameter (mm):

This is the distance between unique thicknesses on your lithophane stl. A small value makes your lithophane have a finer resolution, but also makes the stl file much larger.

Lithophane Resolution (mm/px):

This is the vertical angle on the sphere that the picture is projected onto.

Picture Height (degrees):

This is the horizontal angle on the sphere that the picture is projected onto.

Picture Width (degrees):

This is the maximum thickness of the lithophane surface. The correct value here depends upon the filament that you're using.

Max Thickness (mm):

This is the maximum thickness of the lithophane surface. The correct value here depends upon the filament that you're using, and it shouldn't be less than 1.5x your nozzle's diameter.

Min Thickness (mm):

This determines whether or not there is a hole and cylinder at the bottom of the sphere.

Lithophane Options

This is the distance from the bottom left corner to bottom right corner.

Width (mm):

This is the distance between the build plate and the topmost point of the lithophane.

Height (mm):

This is distance between the front of the frame and the back of the frame.

Frame Depth (mm):

This is distance between the buildplate and the base of the lithophane image

Frame Height (mm):

This determines the overhang angle on the frame.

Overhang Angle (degrees):

This is the thickness of the stand.

Stand Thickness (mm):

This is the angle of the stand's legs.

Stand Angle (degrees):

This is the distance between unique thicknesses on your lithophane stl. A small value makes your lithophane have a finer resolution, but also makes the stl file much larger.

Lithophane Resolution (mm/px):

This is the maximum thickness of the lithophane surface. The correct value here depends upon the filament that you're using.

Max Thickness (mm):

This is the maximum thickness of the lithophane surface. The correct value here depends upon the filament that you're using, and it shouldn't be less than 1.5x your nozzle's diameter.

Min Thickness (mm):

This is the distance from the bottom left corner to bottom right corner.

Width (mm):

This is the distance between the build plate and the topmost point of the lithophane.

Height (mm):

A higher value makes the lithophane flatter. A small radius of curvature makes the lithophane more curved.

Radius of Curvature (mm):

This is distance between the front of the frame and the back of the frame.

Frame Width (mm):

This distance is how far you will slide your night light lithophane onto the night light.

Slot Depth (mm):

This is the width of the slot that goes around the diameter of the night light fixture.

Slot Width (mm):

This is the thickness of the base that needs to slide into your night light's slot.

Thickness of Base (mm):

This is the ditstance between the night light's light and the lithophane.

Light Distance (mm):

This is the distance between unique thicknesses on your lithophane stl. A small value makes your lithophane have a finer resolution, but also makes the stl file much larger.

Lithophane Resolution (mm/px):

This is the maximum thickness of the lithophane surface. The correct value here depends upon the filament that you're using.

Max Thickness (mm):

This is the maximum thickness of the lithophane surface. The correct value here depends upon the filament that you're using, and it shouldn't be less than 1.5x your nozzle's diameter.

Min Thickness (mm):

This is the height of the lithophane lamp. Your printer's build volume must be taller than this for you to print the lamp.

Height (mm):

This is the top diameter of the lithophane lamp.

Top Diameter (mm):

This is the bottom diameter of the lithophane lamp.

Bottom Diameter (mm):

This is the number of waves on the lithophane lamp's profile.

Number of waves:

This is the height of waves on the lithophane lamp's profile.

Height of the waves (mm):

This determines the size of the frame at the top and the bottom of the lamp.

Base Width and Height (mm):

This determines the overhang angle on the frame.

Overhang Angle (degrees):

This is the distance between unique thicknesses on your lithophane stl. A small value makes your lithophane have a finer resolution, but also makes the stl file much larger.

Lithophane Resolution (mm/px):

This is the maximum thickness of the lithophane surface. The correct value here depends upon the filament that you're using.

Maximum Thickness (mm):

This is the maximum thickness of the lithophane surface. The correct value here depends upon the filament that you're using, and it shouldn't be less than 1.5x your nozzle's diameter.

Minimum Thickness (mm):

This determines the distance between pictures on the lithophane surface.

Gap Between Pictures (mm):

This determines the thickness of the spacing between pictures. A zero makes the spacing the maximum thickness (min brightness), and a 1 makes makes the spacing the minimum thickness (max brightness).

Gap Brightness (0-1):

This determines whether you have a clamp or a ledge as the interface to your lamp.

Frame Options

This determines the inner diameter of the ledge.

Ledge Diameter (mm):

This determines height of the cylinder.

Cylinder Height (mm):

This determines the inner diameter of the cylinder.

Cylinder Diameter (mm):

This determines the thickness of the cylinder and ledge.

Cylinder Thickness (mm):

This determines height of the spokes.

Spoke Width (mm):

This determines the width of the spokes.

Spoke Height (mm):

Use this to add or remove a hole from the top of the heart that can be used to hang it or put it on a keyring.

Hole

This is the distance from the left-most edge of the heart's frame to the right-most edge of the heart's frame.

Width (mm):

This is the distance between the top-most edge of the heart model to the bottom-most edge of the heart model.

Height (mm):

This is distance between the front of the frame and the back of the frame.

Frame Size (mm):

A higher value makes the base as flat as possible, and a lower value makes the base as curved as possible.

Base Flatness (mm):

This determines whether or not there is an interface to a light source at the base of the heart lithophane.

Light Fixture

This is the thickness of the stand.

Stand Thickness (mm):

This is the diameter of the clamping feature.

Clamp Inner Diameter (mm):

This is the thickness of the clamping feature.

Clamp Thickness (mm):

This is the distance between the lithophane and the center of the clamping feature (which likely holds your light source).

Light Distance (mm):

This is the distance between unique thicknesses on your lithophane stl. A small value makes your lithophane have a finer resolution, but also makes the stl file much larger.

Lith Resolution (mm/px):

This is the maximum thickness of the lithophane surface. The correct value here depends upon the filament that you're using.

Max Thickness (mm):

This is the minimum thickness of the lithophane surface. The correct value here depends upon the filament that you're using, and it shouldn't be less than 1.5x your nozzle's diameter.

Min Thickness (mm):

Your Image

Your Cropped Image at Resolution

Rendering Resolution (mm/px):

A large value will reduce rendering time, but too large of a value could eventually cause errors. A small value will show you the details of your lithophane's image.