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Laser Cut OpenDive

by martin_p Apr 7, 2014
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Fantastic, I have a Nexus 5. I see you changed the lenses to 25mm, I have a file here where I added a provision to embed a 20mm ferrite magnet in the frame (will glue and put tape on both sides to keep in place) and a guide for the 20mm neodymium magnet to slide in. This functions as a magnetometer switch or 'click button' in some apps. Not sure where to put the nfc now haha. Find the slightly different SVG at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RdiBUtDMGeZPDVpyCNrPHprxg9i4K3m1 :)
I also added a spacer that could go between the lower phone ledge and the frame if people have larger phones.

I made this by printing it out and cutting it out to make a pattern. From there I taped the pattern onto a plastic sheet that I cut from a garbage can I found in the dumpster. Once on, I used a soldering iron to cut the pieces out of plastic and a xacto knife to clean it up I used the soldering iron again to weld all the pieces together. Worked out pretty well, now I just need to add a strap. Thanks for posting these plans.

Looks good, I am currently making one and will upload pictures soon.
There are just 2 problems I encountered:

  • The eight screws and nuts used for the top and bottom plate should be M5, not M4. Works a lot better with the larger screws.
  • The lens holder in the file has an inner diameter of approx 31mm, while the Durovis lenses from Amazon are just 25mm.

Hi Corvin,

Thanks for the comment! The M4s are used mainly because they were the only screws I had at home at the point I was making this :) Never encountered problems, though, so didn't see a need to change them.

As for the lenses - strange, mine were 30mm! I guess Durovis is now using a slightly different format... Changing the diameter in Inkscape should be easy, though, so I guess I'll leave the files as they are, unless there is more people who would benefit from this change.

M :)