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    Exclamation World First 3D Printable Large Format Camera is now available

    We are proudly announcing that "Entry 58" - our 3D printable large format camera is available for shipping. Support our campaign at Indiegogo or check camera project website. Thanks to all who have contributed to our last post more than year ago. We have seriously discussed all comments and/or polemics. Hopefully we have implemented all remarks. Thanks again.

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    Re: World First 3D Printable Large Format Camera is now available

    Congrats, I'll look forward at your website,

    Cheers,

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    Re: World First 3D Printable Large Format Camera is now available

    Very interesting and a logical step forward in camera production.

    Good luck!

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    Re: World First 3D Printable Large Format Camera is now available

    Would it be possible to make a 5x7?
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    Re: World First 3D Printable Large Format Camera is now available

    Thanks. In principle the design of the camera is done in the way that allows lot of modularity, including enlarging to 5x7. Very likely the 3D print technology needs to be changed from FDM to DLP. And this is not a big issue :-)
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    Re: World First 3D Printable Large Format Camera is now available

    At a recent TED conference there was a presentation on a new 3D printing technology which is said to produce items without layers (thereby stronger) and at a speed that is up to 100 times faster.

    See more about the Carbon 3D process here: https://www.ted.com/talks/joe_desimo...er?language=en

    In his presentation, the inventor believes the printing speed can be sped up to be 1000 times that of current standard 3D printers.

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    Re: World First 3D Printable Large Format Camera is now available

    Yes exactly! We are looking forward for this promissing technology and it is very likely, that we will invest into this CLIP 3D printer.

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    Re: World First 3D Printable Large Format Camera is now available

    From what I managed to read on their website, its $49 to download their file . . .what does it cost to get the camera? Can they ship a complete camera? And what about a helical mount?

    I'd like to see a light-weight plastic Grafmatic.
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    Re: World First 3D Printable Large Format Camera is now available

    According to the website it seems they can ship you a completed camera for $174 (without options or customization). The Schneider helical mount has to be purchased separately.

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    Re: World First 3D Printable Large Format Camera is now available

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael R View Post
    The Schneider helical mount has to be purchased separately.
    Yes. Unfortunately, after the lens, the helical will be by far the most expensive part of this camera - the Schneider helicals typically cost $350+ when new, and are not very common used. Arguably the most important achievement in production of the Wanderlust Travelwide was working through the challenging process of manufacturing an inexpensive helical.

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