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2015 Glasses

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2015 Glasses by Makershop Dec 23, 2014

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Do you want to have a fun look for New Year's Eve ?

Marc, our designer, designed the 2015 glasses just for you ! With them, it's the big buzz guaranteed for your new year party.

You can change the color (why not in glow-in-the-dark?) of "2015" and of the arms for totally custom glasses and a 100% fun look.

Don't hesitate anymore, print them now !

Both for men and women (scale at 90% for women is perfect).

Please, like or comment if you feel so !

Happy New Year to you all :)

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You can scale if needed !

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Printed this with my "WANHAO Duplicator 4" and it took around 8 hours total. 6 hours for the frame and 2 for the arms. I had it at the default settings speed. All yellow ABS. Very happy with the results. Printed with ralf/support because I printed while I was away at work. I was worried about having problems getting it off after the platform cooled.
My only regret was the size. We are using it as our Boardgame prize this year and we all have large heads. This printed a tad small for us. I think we need it to be 5-10% larger?
Very satisfying when I attached the arms to the frame. Fit so snug. Thank you for sharing this wonderful design.

Heat the ends and bend them in for a custom fit

This is so cool!

The arms printed, but the hinges don't work because the arm is glued to the hinge base. Any suggestions? I printed using Makerbot Desktop's PLA Low Res (fastest) settings (0.3mm layer height)

A neat little trick I learned about PLA is that hot water will make it pliable. Dipped the arms of the 2015 glassed into almost boiling water for about 10 seconds at a time and started bending them to fit my head!

Once they cool they are back to being rigid.

I printed one,the glasses are a little tight,maybe I can make a pair for my nephew as new year present.

another problem is the axle and the arms are fused together, can you upload the source files ,I want to change the parameters .

Thanks~

In order to get this to slice in Simplify3D, I had to run it through Microsoft 3D Printing Model Repair (aka the old netfabb Cloud service). This fixed a few non-manifold edges that Simplify3D identified, but couldn't fix itself.

Otherwise, if you have Simplify3D, you can use the one remix that has a Solidworks OBJ file attached as Simplify will slice a solidworks file.

Wouldn't print all numbers with xyzdivinci. It sliced but only printed the 2, 1, and !.

Dec 31, 2014 - Modified Dec 31, 2014
gadgetguy101 - in reply to travelerhj

Try this website. https://netfabb.azurewebsites.net as msmollin said. It repairs the file for 3d printing. You do have to have a Microsoft account but its free. I printed it on the Da vincie and the same thing happened but after I repaired it, it worked fine. I recommend doing this for almost all files you design.

Thank you. On a side note, how do you get large parts not to curl away from the build plate? Every time I try to print larger items the ends curl and ruin the print.

Try slicing it in slic3r

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I'm having the same problem. Let me know if you get it to work with another slicer.

Dec 31, 2014 - Modified Dec 31, 2014
gadgetguy101 - in reply to asteinmark

Try this website. https://netfabb.azurewebsites.net as msmollin said. It repairs the file for 3d printing. You do have to have a Microsoft account but its free. I printed it on the Da vincie and the same thing happened but after I repaired it, it worked fine. I recommend doing this for almost all files you design.

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Would not slice for me with Simplify3D... had to use solid in remixes.

90% didnt fit anyone's face.

Thank you for posting these, I'll have a go at printing them right now!

Jan 1, 2015 - Modified Jan 1, 2015

Would not slice for me with Simplify3D... had to use solid in remixes.
Will upload results of the remix

Good, do not hesitate to show the results !

Nice! I was wondering if anyone would come up with these. Printing it now!

Thanks, good printing to you !

Je me disais bien que j'avais déjà vu ces têtes quelque part ^^

Bonnes fêtes a vous tous!

A toi aussi Didier :) Profites !

Hi,

Well layer thickness can be 100 to 200 microns. No support needed :)

Ok, again thank you very much :)
Good work btw. well done!

Hey guys,
which layer thickness do you use?
And do you print with support?
Thx in advance and marry christmas!

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