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Designs by youssef90
Epic Sports Goggles
CATIA — sport goggles
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CATIA R21 — sport gla
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 17:17:39 +0000
Thank you for your feedback I just see your last comments, that's why I didn't made those dimensions, check now the file and let me know your remarks and suggests,
those the dimensions of the file:
thiLens height - 47mm
Lens width - 75mm each eye
Nose bridge - 15mm
Ear arms - 100mm straight, and 28 mm for the part around the ear
the thickness of frames is variable, in hte ear part is around 2,7 mm
Mon, 13 Oct 2014 22:41:09 +0000
Also, not sure if you saw the comments I posted in reply to dimensions. This was what I posted in the discussion at the start. I note that mainly your lense height is a little smaller than I expected.
I don't have any set dimensions at the moment, but the rough estimate on lens sizes that I am working with is approximately 45-50mm height at the peak and 70-80mm wide at the widest point, with the frames surrounding those lenses as required (I would expect around 3-5mm depending on the requirements of the padding).
Ear arms standard size.
Of note, the 3-5mm is thickness of the frames and the bridge width is usually around 12-15mm on average, variable depending on the customer.
If you need something specific to work with go with the following:
Lens height - 50mm
Lens width - 75mm each eye
Nose bridge - 15mm total (from lens edge to lens edge)
Frame - variable for aesthetics, with 2-3mm majority throughout and 4mm maximum thickest
Ear arms - 100mm straight before bending, then 40mm maximum for the part around the ear (including the bend)
Mon, 13 Oct 2014 22:39:29 +0000
Thanks youssef, never seen lenses set that way. Sometimes people may get hit in the face with a ball (eg soccer or basketball) - how would those lenses survive a direct hit? Do you have something in mind there?
Mon, 13 Oct 2014 13:00:24 +0000
Yes, I did some modification to this model, it's more thinner now,
this is the size of one of the lenses that I made, and I'm waiting your dimensions:
Lens height - 35mm
Lens width - 73mm each eye
if there is any suggest feel free to message me,
Sun, 12 Oct 2014 22:10:33 +0000
Looks good. I would probably simplify the arms to make them thinner if possible but more importantly to make frames a single colour. If you can lower the height of the dark background so it's more obvious the lenses are transparent, that would make it clearer.
Can I confirm the height/width of one of the lenses?
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