I printed this 35mm adapter for 120 film cameras (cconnor55), and it's looking very good ! Except that I can't figure out why the film counter does not advance when I try to load a 35mm film with it on a mamiya 6. Do you have any clue on how I could solve my problem ?
Thank you for your help,
I only used it with cameras that don't count the frames, i'll test it on my Rolleicord TLR and let you know.
Thanks for responding. I happen to have a rolleicord as well and it works fine with this one, except that the inter-frame space gets rather wide by the end of the roll.
It may just be your print settings since you're new at this, but I've heard of 2 or 3 broken adapters. I'm suggesting 40% infill now as I think it has to do with the slicing at the fork, it is still infilling inside the fork instead of increasing the density.
the one that didn't broke is still in the camera, just forgot to load less film, so after 8 ou 9 photos it's harder to avance. Going to try more color than ill share the results.
i'm really new at this. I use ABS, and used 245ºC and 30% infill, also mounted a fan, and i think is because of the rapid cooling. today going to try again and chance the temperatures. thanks for the support and ill try your configuration first
Sorry to hear that - ABS, PLA? Extrusion temp high enough?
so i tried to 240º and slow print speed, and at the end raise to 245 and the e-steps from 700 to 700.2, and made the diference. it is stronger at the clips but the body is still to crunchy. tomorrow going to try a film on the Agfa Clack. Thanks again and great design.