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Print your own 3D glasses using 3D printer 7 years 7 months ago #1

Hi guys, it's a old STL file but very interesting. Now you can print your own 3D glasses with your own 3D Printer.

Plus, you have to buy anaglyph or polarized (circular or linear) filters. I advice this object because it harder than a paper glasses. Below some images and download section powered by thinkinverse.com




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Yet another pair of glasses! It is a parameterized design with Openscad. The glasses consist of 7 parts joined by 5 3mm-abs-pins. So, they are fully printable and very easy to assemble.

If you glue red and cyan translucent paper, you have a wonderful 3D glasses!!

More information on this link (in Spanish):
iearobotics.com/wiki/index.php?title=Objeto_3D:_Gafas

Regards :)
Nguyen Quang Tri
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