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Scott Jackson

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Contributed on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 years ago
Printed on:
Creality Ender-3
Result:
Really Good! I can print one of these in about 25 minutes: 0.6mm nozzle 0.8mm line width 0.3mm layer height PETG Filament nozzle: 250C Bed: 70C Adhesion: Layerneer BedWeld on glass (Ender 3) and Hairspray on glass (CR10) Speed: 45mm/s Travel: 150mms Accel: 2000mm/s^2 Jerk: 25 Retraction: 4mm Ret. Speed: 50mm/s If you get your retraction dialed in, you can print two at a time. I'm also using some modification that I designed here: https://www.youmagine.com/designs/flat-comfort-band-for-3dverkstan-face-shield
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 years ago
Hello to anybody printing the North American version of this frame. I've created a small piece that can clip onto the forehead brace of the frame. It can either spread out the pressure, or have a 4" piece of 1/2" (12mm) foam tape attached to it. Takes under 5min to print at 0.3 layers with 0.6 nozzle and 0.8 line width. I've also created a template for a half sheet (4.25x11) transparency to use as a top cover. These are the two main concerns I see people voice about this design. Here are some solutions: https://www.youmagine.com/designs/flat-comfort-band-for-3dverkstan-face-shield
Favored Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan over 2 years ago
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan over 2 years ago
Erik! I made a small band that snaps onto the forehead rest of the frame. It only adds 5 minutes and 2-3 grams of material per print. It's helpful for people that need to use a rubberband to keep the visor on their head. I've sized it to use 1/2 inch or 12mm high density foam tape. https://www.youmagine.com/designs/flat-comfort-band-for-erik-cederberg-s-face-shield