Lens rear cap for micro four thirds lens

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Lens rear cap for micro four thirds lens by babr Dec 31, 2012
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As some lenses are delivered with a cheap rear cap, and some adapters don't come with a cap, I preferred to have this rear cap instead. For µ4/3 - micro four thirds lenses (Olympus, Panasonic)

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This printed fine for me. Did you do this is opens cad? if you did would you be able to share the code for that as I wanted to make the same thing for the 4/3 lenses as I have them as well and it always makes it simpler.

Thanks for this model, works nicely on my olympus micro 4/3 lenses.

The mechanic is pretty simple, so you can see if parts were correctly printed and if parts align correctly.
How did you print it ? I used support so the closing parts prints correctly, then removed the support material.
What printer do you use ?

This doesn't seem to slice right.
I just get a mounting ring but no closed cap.
Did you by any change give the actual cap-part a thickness of 0?