3D Printed Glasses
by Beehive, published
These are the first of a range of templates that Beehive will be making available as we develop our Design Your Own Custom Eyewear Interface - please support us at http://projectpowerup.com/projects/26 if you print these for yourself!
3 hour build time face-up (smooth exterior, rough interior, lots more support).
1.5 hour build time face-down (smooth interior, rough and chunky exterior like the ones pictured).
Integrated hinges are weak - be careful or replace with metal ones.
Holes for hinges will likely need to be drilled out after printing - use long glasses screws or a paper clip to fasten.
Probably not a good idea to soak these in acetone considering they will spend lots of time near your eyes! Use sandpaper/blowtorch/file to smooth out instead.
Please let us know if you better this design!
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