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    Re: Show your 3D printed LF photography related thing

    Did a small print today. Almost to simple to even mention perhaps.
    But something I thought about a for some time.
    A filler for my Jobo drums. To help lower the amount of chemicals needed when doing rotary processing.

    This first one is for developing one 120 roll in my 2236 tank.
    Think I can go from 300 ml to 200ml.

    Printed in PETG so it should be OK with chemicals.
    It might yellow in the long run so subsequent print might be black instead.

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    Re: Show your 3D printed LF photography related thing

    Nice, but wouldn't it be easier to use a simple plastic clip to hold down the spiral - I have good experience with those (clips used to attach electrical hoses against a wall)
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    Re: Show your 3D printed LF photography related thing

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron (Netherlands) View Post
    Nice, but wouldn't it be easier to use a simple plastic clip to hold down the spiral - I have good experience with those (clips used to attach electrical hoses against a wall)
    Well, yes if you are developing with the tank i vertical position this adds nothing. Then a clip is indeed a better choice.
    This is intended for use on a roller or processor like a Jobo CPP processor with the tank in horizontal position. To diminish the volume needed when developing in less than full tank.
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    Re: Show your 3D printed LF photography related thing

    Here's my 3d printed 4x5 camera, designed in fusion 360. Mated to a graflock back, 120 roll adapter (6x6,6x9 or 6x12), but I can also attach a graflex ground glass for shooting 4x5.

    Distance scale or groundglass focusing.

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    I'm paranoid of light leaks, so the focus tube light traps are a bit over-designed.

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    Camera has worked out really well.. it's really light weight compared to my other 4x5s.

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    Re: Show your 3D printed LF photography related thing

    Quote Originally Posted by djphoto View Post
    Here's my 3d printed 4x5 camera, designed in fusion 360. Mated to a graflock back, 120 roll adapter (6x6,6x9 or 6x12), but I can also attach a graflex ground glass for shooting 4x5.

    Distance scale or groundglass focusing.

    I'm paranoid of light leaks, so the focus tube light traps are a bit over-designed.

    Camera has worked out really well.. it's really light weight compared to my other 4x5s.
    Looks really nice. One day I'll try to do the same in Fusion. But being a beginner I'm not really there yet (big understatement).
    Just did my first Fusion project. A storagebox for my large format lenses. to go in my backpack.

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    Easily adjusted for different sizes. Ventilated and stackable with snap on lid. Beginner stuff but fun to do.
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    Re: Show your 3D printed LF photography related thing

    Just designed and printed some lens boards for the Sinar (and also Horseman L45) system. These are the 140mm lens boards. I haven't seen any other ones on the internet so I had to design them myself. They seem to work pretty well and are very solid if following my instructions.

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5196070

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uzD...ew?usp=sharing
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    Re: Show your 3D printed LF photography related thing

    Quote Originally Posted by djphoto View Post
    Here's my 3d printed 4x5 camera, designed in fusion 360. Mated to a graflock back, 120 roll adapter (6x6,6x9 or 6x12), but I can also attach a graflex ground glass for shooting 4x5.

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    I'm paranoid of light leaks, so the focus tube light traps are a bit over-designed.

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    Camera has worked out really well.. it's really light weight compared to my other 4x5s.
    Impressive, how much does the camera weigh (with lens)?

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    Re: Show your 3D printed LF photography related thing

    The 3-D printed cameras here look somewhat more sleek than the Cameradactyl OG. But his does have interchangeable nose cones for various lenses.
    I also already have a Travelwide but my focusing never worked from day one. Thought I could fix it myself, finally gave up and the body now has a hacked lens from a 6x9 folder. It will cover 4x4 (133mm diagonal) so the camera is masked to that size.
    Can also use a 130mm f7.7 from another Kodak folder. That one will cover 4x5 and the front element focusing obviates the need for a separate helical.

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    Re: Show your 3D printed LF photography related thing

    I converted a scan of a dry plate into an STL file and printed it out. The thickness was a function of grayscale. Here is the result.

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    Newly made large format dry plates available! Look:
    https://www.pictoriographica.com

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    Re: Show your 3D printed LF photography related thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodda Duma View Post
    I converted a scan of a dry plate into an STL file and printed it out. The thickness was a function of grayscale. Here is the result.

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