Home Applications & Case Studies SpeX: 3D Printed Modular Eyewear Available on Kickstarter

SpeX: 3D Printed Modular Eyewear Available on Kickstarter

SpeX is a line of 3D printed modular eyewear developed by engineering graduate Chris Nieves, who is currently looking for backers on Kickstarter.

Chris came up with the idea, when he was looking for an affordable way to replace his broken prescription glasses. The 3D printed eyewear features infinity hinges to connect the frame with the temples, which can easily be swapped out. This allows for a combination of different styles and colours that can be changed in a second.

SpeX will be 3D printed in the US using aerospace quality Eurathane, thus being lightweight and durable at the same time.

Check out the video below and head to Kickstarter if you want to find out more and support the campaign.

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