Description:We are ready to make Bespoke consumer level 3D printed sunglasses a reality. The company has a Lens Kit that these frames will be designed specifically for so attention to detail is key. The STL files for with the lens dimensions are attached. We have more designs to come so the chosen designer will have ongoing work.
WE REQUIRE THE FOLLOWING
2D to 3D CAD
3D- Printing Expert
STL print ready File
Wants:- The Interpretation of the concept to 3D Printer manufacture-able design.
- The Design of a self-contained printable eyewear Hinge.
- Must be able to snap and Hand mount the Lens in place like traditional eyewear
Don't Wants:- No single parts models we want the fully assembled frame
- DO NOT use the Lens dimensions of the Factory Technical Draft attached its ony a Reference for the Frame shape and temple dimensions the concept was based on. THE CORRECT LENS IS THE STL FILE ATTACHED . DESIGN HAS TO FIT THAT LENS.
Ask for Sample:Please create a sample of the attached Design If we are on the same page the chosen designer will create the rest of the Collection.
- Solidworks (2010 - 14)
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