3D model allowing to print a COVID-19 splash guard visor.
The assembly of a complete visor requires the 3D printed part, a rubber band and a transparent A4 sheet (100/200 microns).
The advantage of this model is that it does not require any additional parts (clips) to fix the plastic sheet.
The principle is to have a notched slit which, when there is no elastic (open headband), allows the sheet to slide.
When the rubber band is in place or the visor is on the head (headband more closed), the teeth tighten and block the leaf.
Version for small elastic band: version with long temples requiring a small elastic band (desk type)
Version for elastic band: allows the use of an elastic band. Attachment by buckle + knot
Version for rubber belt: use of a rubber belt with holes at each end
Speed of 80mm/s
I advise you to print the parts upside down (Logo upside down) to avoid that the first layer complicates the insertion of the plastic sheet .
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