Honeycomb lense for Steampunk Goggles

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Honeycomb lense for Steampunk Goggles by PuZZleDucK Aug 26, 2013
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I made these awesome Steampunk Goggles... but I didn't have any 52mm Photographic Filters... OpenSCAD (and MakerBlocks tutorials) to the rescue. It took a few iteration to get the size right, but with a 0.1mm nozzle these are "press fit" with no glue required.

Made in a honecomb shape to fit my current "bee" theme/obsession.

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This looks so solid! Beautiful piece.

Shucks... all the filiment changes were terrifying, but worth it.

What did you use for the smaller lenses? Looks rad!

haha, decorative (oddly shaped) marble like thingys i had lying around... $2 for a bag of 50 (but these were the only two round enough to fit the holes, lucky).

You almost have a Hell Boy thing going on...

haha, I think I have some red lying around here.

Damn, what a great build! You might find the new smaller bridge provides a better fit - it brings the eye cups closer together. It's a drop-in replacement for the original one you are using, and doesn't require bending.

hey, thanks.

Unfortunately I've glued in the bridge, so replacement won't be so easy for me... Darn it I'm just going to have to build another :D