20mm lens holder for FLIR E4

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20mm lens holder for FLIR E4 by TickTock Jul 25, 2014
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Holds a 20mm ZnSe, GaAs, or Germanium lens on a FLIR device to allow close focusing (macro mode). 50mm FL works well.


No support material required but a touching skirt or brim is recommended to help keep the tips in place on the first layer. Lens is held in with friciton.

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Sorry, I didn't realize that was a thing. I just uploaded the file again pre-rotated into the print orientation.

Excellent design, thanks, it fits the E4 very well. Any reason why the posted STL model is not in the printing orientation?