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Universal Glasses Stand

by muzz64 Jan 13, 2016
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Very fragile for me the prongs break very easily and the feet too

Sorry to hear the result of your print. Lots of people have printed this without such problems... I assume 20% or more infill was applied?

When I designed it I was conscious of making it strong enough but without making parts too think as that increases print time and uses more filament. I've printed several with no problems and they have not any durability issues. The quality of the filament can make a difference... some lower quality or old filament (i.e. has been open a while and absorbed moisture) can affect the print result in this way.

I used the two version for my sunglasses, and for my 3d glasses

thats very usfull when u had big glasses collecion

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You mind doing one for singel glasses? :)

It´s a bit sad that you do not allow Derivatives in your licensing. I modified this to be wall mount and would like to share it with everyone. If you could update you licensing, I would share my model and add it as a remix.

Thanks for your comment however I've applied no derivatives for a reason. Not that this is always the case but from past experience when I used to allow derivatives a high portion of the modified STL's many had issues and the people having problems printing them came back to me for support... even though the file was no longer my work. This caused all sorts of negative feedback etc. Suffice to say not allowing derivatives eliminates the likelihood of this happening... call it self preservation as I get 30 - 50 emails a day from Thiniverse as it is. I hope you understand my reasons.

this is so awesome i printed like four

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Thanks... when I get a new design posted I think what now? But as long as the ideas keep coming my collection will keep growing.

Thanks for the feedback... it's great to feel appreciated!