Lens rear cap for micro four thirds lens

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Lens rear cap for micro four thirds lens by babr Dec 31, 2012
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As some lenses are delivered with a cheap rear cap, and some adapters don't come with a cap, I preferred to have this rear cap instead. For µ4/3 - micro four thirds lenses (Olympus, Panasonic)

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Printed well. Thanks for the model. I printed a few of these to keep on an m43 to ef adapter by hstahl.

This printed fine for me. Did you do this is opens cad? if you did would you be able to share the code for that as I wanted to make the same thing for the 4/3 lenses as I have them as well and it always makes it simpler.

Thanks for this model, works nicely on my olympus micro 4/3 lenses.

The mechanic is pretty simple, so you can see if parts were correctly printed and if parts align correctly.
How did you print it ? I used support so the closing parts prints correctly, then removed the support material.
What printer do you use ?

This doesn't seem to slice right.
I just get a mounting ring but no closed cap.
Did you by any change give the actual cap-part a thickness of 0?