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I printed these, they work well, nice job! It was a little tight getting the Zenni lens into, but that may just be my printer not being dimensionally accurate. There is also a little play/slop of magnetically attached lens holder if I touch them, but seems to hold position otherwise - could be I need to do a better job of making sure magnets are flush - hard to do with super glue, hot glue might have been better. I did buy the magnets you linked to, but holes seem sized larger than them. I do have to continue to use the Oculus glasses spacer for a couple of reasons:

  • The arrow tabs touch the bridge of my nose without the spacer, so it's uncomfortable without the spacer
  • One of my eyes is slightly blurry without the spacer, but in focus with it. Not sure if it's something odd with my Rx, or how forgiving it is to transferring the horizontal orientation perfectly from the Zenni frame (I used a line of tape to indicate horizon on Zenni frame and tried to keep it aligned in printed one.). May also be tightness of lens in frame to curve more? Happens on the lower Rx lens (thinner) and not on the thicker one