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  1. Dylanismyname

    Dylanismyname Oakley Beginner

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    Hey guys
    Ive been into CAD Modelling for several years now and have been using a 3D printer for a couple of years also. Recently ive been doing some work on some Oakley themed stuff and thought this might be a nice place to share some of stuff ive been working on. Ill slowly add more photos of stuff as i go along in order to get some feedback and hopefully give people some inspiration for their own projects

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    First up is a single tier stand copy, did this more as a test to see how the plastic would take the weight of the glasses and to try some new filament (Hence the white). Looks pretty neat and is pretty close to the original.
     
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  2. OakleyFrankFMJ

    OakleyFrankFMJ The Legend - - Vlad the Impaler Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Looks nice.

    @qtrain23 has made it an art lately of working 3D printed items. ;)
     
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  3. washi me sensie

    washi me sensie The Oakley R┼Źnin

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    Just be careful in adding oakley logos and trademarks bro... Looks cool!
     
  4. Dylanismyname

    Dylanismyname Oakley Beginner

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    Yeah he does great stuff, i was looking through one his his threads earlier. Love the stands hes been doing
     
  5. Dylanismyname

    Dylanismyname Oakley Beginner

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    Thanks! Yeah, i wont be selling anything i make as its pretty much all for my personal display so i figure it should be okay none the less, wise words, ill definetly keep it in mind thanks.
     
  6. VolcanOG

    VolcanOG Xs and Os Premium Member

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    Yeah, you can add as many Oakley logos as you want as long as you aren't selling them as Oakley. Awesome work bro! Let's see some more
     
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  7. Dylanismyname

    Dylanismyname Oakley Beginner

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    Next up, and im pretty proud of these. These were made about 2 years ago, when i first started printing ( read: excuse for rough finish) because i didnt have the spare money to buy the official oakley ones. Theyre expandable from 1 tier to about 5 before balance becomes an issue. Ive printed about 5 of these since, some with different logos, like a ferrari horse or rayban script.
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    Only real issue with these is the kinda steppy finish (noob mistake) and the time it takes to print them.
     
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  8. Rustpot

    Rustpot M Frame Lover Premium Member

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    Wet a cloth with acetone, wipe them down. Makes the finish a lot nicer on printed parts.
     
  9. Dylanismyname

    Dylanismyname Oakley Beginner

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    Thanks! I use an acetone bath a fair bit on my later ABS 3D prints, just got these out for the photo, ill wipe them down tomorrow and give it a go if i get the time.
     
  10. Dylanismyname

    Dylanismyname Oakley Beginner

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    Been working on a X-metal Vault style piece recently, have most of the parts printed out already, have been trying to capture some inspiration from some other products with it, just have to figure color scheme. Was thinking this.
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    sorry for low res image, would normally render but posting from a phone.
    taking inspiration from this among others.
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    Can anyone suggest any improvements to make it more oakleyish?