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67mm frame holder for Nauticam 4 inch wide angle port

by nirfriedman, published

67mm frame holder for Nauticam 4 inch wide angle port by nirfriedman Jan 4, 2013

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This design allows to add a diopter and flip it in/out as needed. The basic idea has been motivated by Nauticam product, but I wanted a version I can print and also does not require screws.

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The design relies on a 72-67 step-down filter ring to provide the thread. I did not check different rings but I assume they are more or less of the same size. The design holds this ring very tightly, and so once it is inserted it is hard to remove it.

The axle holding the frame is designed to be locked in by a small cable-tie.

The design was printed with the PP3DP Up Plus printer. It requires support for various concave part. I am not sure how it works with other printers.

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Thx. your share i try to edit to our 10 Bar Semi-dome.

HI ! Thanks for the design !
Can you post the original files ? I have some trouble with Slic3r who thinks that there is an invisible shape before the actual form (for the flip holder top ring), I can not print it.. I would also like to rotate the flip holder frame.
Thanks !

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The original files are in Inventor Fusion (not a very common software). You can rotate stl files with applications like netfabb (free version).

Any chance you're able to share the originals with me? I want to make this work for my Aquatica housing, so it'll need some slight modifications! Much appreciated.

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