- Goggles_AndroMEDa_C-Mount_v1.stl: The goggles 3D model with a C-Mount
- Goggles_AndroMEDa_Hook_v1.stl: The goggles 3D model with a Hook mount
- Goggles_AndroMEDa_Glasses_v1.dxf: DXF file for the PET sheet cutout
- Goggles_AndroMEDa_Cutout_x6_A4_v1.pdf: PDF file with 1:1 scale paper PET sheet template cutouts
Materials (per goggle):
- 25 grams of TPU Plastic
- Any glue that can bind both TPU and PET.
- 1 Rubber band or any other elastic band with appropriate length and stiffness to ensure a proper seal between mask and face.
- An adequately large PET sheet.
- Print the face shield as instructed in the Printing Section.
- Cut the PET visor as instructed in the Cutting Section.
- Assemble as instructed in the Assembly Section.
- The prototype prints were printed on a CR-20 Pro with TPU plastic. Setting changes may be required to print on any other 3D printer.
- The STL file is to be printed with the side where the PET is mounted facing down.
- If the goggles do not match the profile of your face try printing the design on a slightly higher or lower scale.
- 5% infill
- 0.4mm nozzle diameter
- 0.2mm layer height
- 2 wall layers
- The goggles have been designed with a visor as per the shape defined in the DXF or PDF file.
- To ensure flexibility the PET pieces must have a gap between them (about 4mm).
- NOTE: It is not a problem if the PET sheet does not fall directly on top of the outer profile of the goggles as long as the existence of a gap is ensured.
- Glue the visors to the 3D printed part using appropriate glue.
- Wait for the glue to cure completely.
- Attach the elastic band to the attachment points (C-mount or Hook).
Covering Production Costs:
These files are licensed under the CC-BY-NC licence which is not commercial. However, you are permitted to cover your production costs if you so choose, although we recommend providing them for free.