Contact Lens Case

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Contact Lens Case by aesedepece Aug 19, 2012
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This is a simple container for keeping safe your contact lens while put off.


You'll need to print 1x container and 2x lid.
Not sure if thread is functional and fully watertight when printed.

Warning: eyes are a natural wonder, but really sensitive though. Make sure the plastic you print it with is completely innocuous for them and it doesn't damage the lens itself or the liquid solution.

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I reduced the cap size by 1mm and... good enough. Awesome. Thanks @aesedepece

Printed this. The threads need to be thicker on both the caps and the container. The inside of the container is great though. Could you make the thread stick out more on the cap? https://dl.dropbox.com/u/2269833/contact_case.jpghttps://dl.dropbox.com/u/22698...

Do you wash the print when you're done or something, seems like there might be some chemical residue left on the filament in some cases, no? Eye burn and stuff?

This is really awesome, I use to forget it when I go on vacaction or move to some friend's house.

I'm really looking forward to print one and try it! :D