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jocl123
10-May-2013, 14:21
Hi, I am living in Austria and wanted to know if some knows a photographers machinist in Europe.
Thank you.

Ian Greenhalgh
10-May-2013, 14:28
I know one in Budapest who can do just about anything. I can pass along the details if you wish.

LaurentB
10-May-2013, 23:40
I've been VERY happy with Bruno Lancement at http://www.atelierdeblanc.fr/.

His main activity is restoration, but he also did some CLA for me and has the skills and equipments to rebuild/adapt any kind of cameras.

Bruno is also a very nice person to deal with.

IanG
11-May-2013, 02:29
SRB-Griturn (http://http://www.srb-griturn.com/) in the UK have been around a long time and have a good reputation.

Ian

jocl123
13-May-2013, 10:33
I know one in Budapest who can do just about anything. I can pass along the details if you wish.

Hi Ian, yes please.

hiend61
14-May-2013, 01:37
I know one in Budapest who can do just about anything. I can pass along the details if you wish.

Im interested too.

Thanks in advance for the info.

IanG
14-May-2013, 02:04
It's quite frustrating trying to find some items in Europe, McMasterCarr don't sell outside the US and I can't find a European equivalent.

It's coming to the point where I'm considering buying a lathe and milling macj=hine myself, but then I'd have to learn to use them as well . . . . . .

Ian

Ian Greenhalgh
14-May-2013, 17:23
I had a Mamiya RB67 4.5/180 mounted into a Compur #1, the cost of postage to and from Budapest was greater than the cost of the work and he did a great job.

WootSK
14-May-2013, 22:26
It is worse in asia singapore...

Emmanuel BIGLER
15-May-2013, 07:37
Here is an address for a photographic machinist in Portugal.

http://www.customphototools.com/

IanG
15-May-2013, 08:21
Here is an address for a photographic machinist in Portugal.

http://www.customphototools.com/

Thanks, those prices are reasonable, I'll contact him in the next few days.

Ian

jocl123
15-May-2013, 10:31
Here is an address for a photographic machinist in Portugal.

http://www.customphototools.com/


Great, thank you.

marduk
12-Jul-2013, 13:11
I had a Mamiya RB67 4.5/180 mounted into a Compur #1, the cost of postage to and from Budapest was greater than the cost of the work and he did a great job.

Hi Ian, could you share the details with me too, please?

Liquid Artist
12-Jul-2013, 19:18
It's coming to the point where I'm considering buying a lathe and milling macj=hine myself, but then I'd have to learn to use them as well . . . . . .

Ian
Neither machine is that hard to learn to use. For that matter a LF photographer would be a natural since they all involve patience and attention to detail.