• 3D Model

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Added: Feb 22, 2018 00:31
Author: Erik Meliška
License: Creative Commons - Attribution

Description

I always break my glasses by falling on the ground or sitting on them... I was tired of buying a new pair of glasses every time, so I decided to 3d print them.
Easy task, but first I had to draw them. So I reused the lenses, but redesigned the shape and joints.

Front face has to be printed as flat, I bended it using a little heat from hair dryer after printed.
It brings better results, than trying to print it bended with the supports.
Temples are attached using two small pieces of 1.75mm filament, so I could avoid the problem with tiny screws.

Now I have a lot of fancy color combinations, but my favorite shape, so wearing glasses became a fun, not just necessity.

I understand, that everybody needs to adapt it because of different lens shapes, so here is the link to my onshape: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/0219baeaf0aa081ffe102801/w/100bef6351060fb6dc6c6895/e/6810e4e1e30d6a3ce9a7bf7b

Print Settings

Printer:

Prusa i3 MK2

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.15

Infill:

50%

Files

File name File size
LICENSE.txt 170.00 B
README.txt 2.47 KB
files/Glasses_temple-Left_part.stl 94.81 KB
files/Glasses_temple-Right_part.stl 94.81 KB
files/Glasses-front.stl 608.87 KB
files/Glasses-full-assembly.stl 792.86 KB
images/125dca6db157c48bb6904f33745d72c8_preview_featured.jpg 47.54 KB
images/4c0f1c110b7db94c0bd7d16b13a03f14_preview_featured.jpg 43.26 KB
images/df99680fe2267383a3141c24571a30c5_preview_featured.jpeg 85.39 KB
images/af5e44e44a028391418fabcdb5aaf760_preview_featured.jpg 43.35 KB
images/3ecaebcad4339e77605006c95ec48375_preview_featured.jpeg 98.12 KB

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