So, for the last year I've been using a chopped up coolant bottle as a temporary lens for one of my front lights after the original one fell off.
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I've since brought a 3D printer - an Ender-3, and some clear PLA; with the plan to 3D print a replacement. I know it won't be as good as the original, but I think it'll be better than the coolant bottle.
I'm guessing my best bet is to remove the other one, and photograph it from many angles in order to generate a 3D model to print; but I've never tried that before. Predictably, there isn't one on thingiverse.
Has anyone here tried this before?