Cannula Glasses Clips

Introduction: Cannula Glasses Clips

The Cannula Glasses Clip allows one to prevent the tube that provides air to the nose from leaving marks on the face by taking out the tension. It also holds the cannula away from skin to prevent irritation and rashes. This Instructable is merely a location to download the .stl files for the Cannula Glasses Clips. All that is required of you is to gain access to a 3D printer and print the files. There are two .stl files that are for varying thicknesses in glasses frames. Feel free to make necessary modifications to the .stl files to fit your glasses.

If you don't have the means to create your own and would like to purchase please email me at nicktsipes@gmail.com!

Step 1: The .stl Files

The two featured files are what you have to choose from for a glasses clip. One has a wider gap for a larger glasses frame. You may make modifications as you like.

Step 2: Fasten the Clips to Your Glasses

Attach the clips wherever you choose on the glasses frame after fastening the cannula to the small opening on the clip. Adjust the clip position to your liking and you're all set! I recommend positioning the cannula tube in the clips so that the tube rests gently on your face, and face the tubes away from your head to prevent irritation.

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    8 Discussions

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    Neffie69
    Neffie69

    Question 7 weeks ago on Step 2

    I’m in the U.K. do you sell these at all as I have no access to a 3D printer as can no longer work and my cannulas are killing my ears with nice big blisters
    Thankyou
    Neffie

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    bonnie2323
    bonnie2323

    Question 1 year ago

    I'm attempting to order these printed locally, and hoping you can help me select the right material? I assume plastic. Options are: PLA, Resin, PETG, ASA, ABS, Nylon, TPU, and PEI. Your help is appreciated!

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    BazookaPow
    BazookaPow

    Answer 1 year ago

    I would use PLA. I have some printed if you'd like some sent to you. Email me at nicktsipes@gmail.com

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    Merlin Moore
    Merlin Moore

    Tip 2 years ago on Step 1

    Please make it easier to order these clips. I have tried for weeks now to order. Thanks, Merlin Moore

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    VickieB39
    VickieB39

    Question 2 years ago on Introduction

    Yes where and how can I buy these Cannula Glasses Clips? I am desparate. Thx.

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    nsipes1
    nsipes1

    Answer 2 years ago

    I can get them produced for you. Send me an email at nicktsipes@gmail.com and we can get something sorted out.