3D Printing Guide
Updated: Feb 26, 2018
If you have access to a 3D printer of any kind at your home, school or a nearby public library, you can download the STL files from the link below and print the parts yourself.
Otherwise, if you do not have access to a 3D printer, you can also purchase the 3D Printed Kit from us.
A few tips on how to 3D print the parts successfully
a) 100% infill all the parts, especially the main headband frame, 20% infill will be too fragile for you to play around with it.
b) Parts that do NOT need support materials if printed in correct position: Head frame, Micro-Display Circuit Housing, R-Pi Housing and Cover.
c) Parts that do need support material: Both Ear Pieces, Display Housing, Nose Piece Holder
In the image below, 3D printed components were printed in a single run. It is also possible to print each component separately.