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UPDATE 03/06/24: After checking the little box of accessories that came with my printer, I notice that the  two screws they give you for the scrapper are the same size screws that I used, so if you haven't printed the scrapper, you could just use those two screws.

 

I like to challenge myself to do new things, test my CAD skills and hopefully learn a thing or two along the way. So when I was browsing Amazon and saw replacement lenses for sunglasses, I decided that I had to model frames for them. This is the end result of that challenge.

The lenses can be found on Amazon by searching “Replacement Lenses for Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses”. There should be a few dozen listings. I paid $16 Cdn for mine. The screws used for the arms are the spare screws left over from my “Engine Model Components Kit” that came with my printer. The Engine Model kit page lists the type of screw as “Screw BT2-6”.

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After ordering the incorrect size lenses, the new ones fit perfectly. then I put everything together. and although they look awesome, they slide right off my face. Proportions seem to be correct, but the ear arms don't catch till it's past my nose. My wifes face too and I don't think we're oddities. I feel like there about 1" to long. I'd suggest modeling up some adjust able arms. maybe a part that can be linked to the folding lug that either has sizes or can be scaled... just my thoughts.... the main frame seems to be great. If you went as far as modeling up something that uses O's lenses... maybe another one that uses there replacement rubber pieces too. I d modeling as well but I don't think I'd like to tackle glasses. Did you use a digital head to see where ears are located? just curious.
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These were actually modelled using my own head as reference. What if I uploaded the .step files so users could adjust the design as needed?
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Replying to @Dr_Operator :
That would be helpful as well! What software did you use?
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Nice work, thank you!
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functionally perfect print and model so five stars but to ever be used in real sunglasses, you'll need to arrange the arm better maybe straight up so it doesn't look so bad as I have to sand it down etc... really sucks because it printed so perfect in this orientation for the hinge but I'm sure it will be fine if we print it facing straight up tall, may need extra tree supports but yeah gotta get that back part looking good without needing sanding etc, the supports seemed tweaked to be tight
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Fun experiment but only the black parts printed out well. I still managed to make a sunglasses but I'm not wearing these 😂 I should've gone full black. The natural PLA part didn't print well because the toolhead ripped off the part from the buildplate.
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Support Issue:Die Supports ließen sich überhaupt nicht entfernen, scharfe Kanten sind entstanden. Treesupport wäre sicher besser gewesen. Zudem passen die Bügel nicht an die Brille, der Abstand zwischen den Gelenken ist zu gering.
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what do you use for the hole and hinge for the arms?
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The screws used for the arms are the spare screws left over from my “Engine Model Components Kit” that came with my printer. The Engine Model kit page lists the type of screw as “Screw BT2-6”.
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And now that I check the little box of accessories that came with my printer, I notice that they are the same size screws as the two screws they give you for the scrapper, so if you haven't printed the scrapper, you could just use those two screws.
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The print is really great ! I bought cheap polarised lenses on amazon as advised. They look perfect but I cannot have them fit in the frame. I tried to force a little bit and I broke the frame ! I'm printing a second one. Did you cut out the notches to fit the lenses with the print? I thought maybe by heating a needle or a very thin tool :) Thank you :)
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Stupid me ! I figure out after reprint that I bought Oakley Holbrook XL lenses instead of Oakley Holbrook !!!
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Impression sortie propre. Plus qu'a nettoyer et essayer
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Awesome print!
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