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Deal With It Glasses

by 3d_aubs, published

Deal With It Glasses by 3d_aubs May 14, 2017

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I'm kind of a big deal, and you can be too! "Deal With It" glasses!

Rev2: Arms updated for better retention

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.20

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they are a bit too small for my head; even then, it's not exaggerated in size, which I tend to feel it should be. Printing it larger than 1:1 won't fit my printer bed, so just scaling it up in size isn't really any option for me either. Printing it diagonally causes fraying, and it detracts from the sharp look these things need to have.

The main issue with this print is that the hinge doesn't fit well and it needs a support structure to print the hinge. Sanding the hinge down I did get it to fit, but I realized then that the hinge will break if you try to fold the glasses up. A bit of dremelling will fix this issue I suppose, but bewarned about trying to force them to fold up.

I think this is still a fun print to do -- it could just use some more refinement.

Holes are too small to put branches inside, or i missed something....
Print in PLA with S3D
40% infill
0.2
2 Shell

just need the blunt to go with it!

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