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Glasses replace v1

by michelefaini, published

Glasses replace v1 by michelefaini Apr 23, 2012

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I redesigned the glasses for me this time, using the measurement of the lenses of my Persol. I made ​​the attachment stronger. I give the model to make the lens: 3004-V 95 52#18 145. I hope you enjoy!

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1- Print glasses v1
2- clean the model
3- use 2 bolts M3x10 and 2 M3 nuts

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whats best way to printer

I prefer to print it upside down with support.

oh right cool do you build the support or just get the printer to make the supports ?

Would it be possible for you to upload the original file so we can adapt to our own lenses? I tried to modify the stl but my knowledge is far from producing something decent enough.

Thanks!

Awesome, but had rough time on rafts and supports. I'm wearing prescription glasses.

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I'm glad I found this design, this fit the old lenses from my broken frames. The frame model is "Randy Jackson model 1917" by zyloware

You must have used supports right?

I used full support!

How did you get the lenses in the frames?

In the 3D model there is obviously some space dedicated to hold the lenses. You just have to push them into it and they won't move out of there.

Cool. I will try this week.

did you use any support structure to print these?

dont forget to update the instructions ;)

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