Simple and fun model for you to impress your friends... oh wait, you ain't got no friends? Well you'll look dope regardless.
I used cura for the printjob, but any slicer with custom settings per model works just as well. This is important in order to make the "Body Mesh" file printed as infill only, making it seethrough. The earpiece file must be loaded twice and flipped using the mirror tool for one of the copies. Also you'll want to lay both copies on their flat side for easy printing. You'll have to move the mesh file 3mm to one side to make it line up with the body of the glasses. I used 90% infill to keep it as dark as possible, but you might want a slightly lower value if you actually want to see stuff through it lol.
The "Inner" file is used to clamp a sheet of uv absorbing foil into it. BE CAREFULL!!!! YOU MAY ENDURE PERMANENT EYE DAMAGE, IF THE FOIL DOESN'T ABSORB ENOUGH UV LIGHT. I am not to be held accountable for any personal or external damages caused by using this 3D model.
You'll also need some kind of pin(I used nails) as hinges for the Earpieces (alternatively you may also use hot glue, voiding the foldability and usablitly of the print, while still looking dope af)
Last but not least, have fun with it. It looks cool and you might just catch a conversation through it.
PS: If your head is shaped significantly different to mine, so much that scaling the models makes them not fit together, then feel free to edit them or to message me for advice. Oh and if you find any other issues with the model, then don't worry, those are obviously features ^^
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