St Patrick's Day | 3D Printed Shamrock Glasses

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St Patrick's Day | 3D Printed Shamrock Glasses by Proto3000 Mar 11, 2014
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Celebrate St. Patrick's day in style with your custom 3D printed glasses. Just Print, assemble, and wear.

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I second that this thing has glasses arms slightly raised. I fied it by putting support underneath.

Tried three different times to print this and the glasses arms went a bit nutty each time on the first layer. Seems like it did two layers on the shamrocks before starting the 'arms'. Dunno why, other prints doing fine.

Evidently the STL just has a few double vertices.
Afinia software lit up with "red" areas all over but did not force the "Unsolid Model" print mode, like it does if there's any serious problem with a mesh.
Loaded it in MeshLab and was asked "Do you want to remove doubles?"
Not too familiar with meshlab, so loaded it in Blender and it found 5 double vertices.
Now Afinia shows no red, but the print needs a 10% reduction or so to fit the platform. Gonna print later today.