Introduction: D4E1 - Flexible Engineering: Anti-tilt Glasses 2.4
Let me start with a brief introduction.
We are a duo of students Industial Product Design at Howest, Kortrijk, Belgium. For our CAD-course, we got the assignment of redesigning an assistive tool to put it in mass production or keep it small series. The anti-tilt glasses are made for paralysed people with glasses.
In this instructable, you will find lasercut files and 3d print files, foto's and a guide to make it yourselves.
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Step 1: Tools and Materials
- 3d printer
- Leather: around 30x5x0.25cm
- MDF: 22x11x0.3cm
- Anti slip elastic 400mm
- Wood glue
Step 2: Lasercutting and 3d Printing
The mask has variable parameters which can be edited in the Siemens NX file. There are also 4 templates added as a lasercut file in case you don't have NX.
Step 3: Assembly of Measuring Tool
Glue a long rectangle to 2 small ones as visible on the picture, do this twice. The ears must have a small rectangle on each side of the opening.