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Fuji Instax Photo Frame

by jameswood, published

Fuji Instax Photo Frame by jameswood Feb 16, 2013

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Forget Instagram! Here's a simple little picture frame for your Fuji Instax Mini or Polaroid 300 photos.

This frame is printed in one piece. The photos slot in from behind, and are securely held without damaging them. The support "beams" could be used to attach fridge magnets or double sided tape, or the frame can be hung over a nail.

The photos are held in place by grooves along each edge, which are printed as 45° overhangs to avoid any dramas.


This file needs hardly any fill; I used 10% honeycomb. For the top and bottom fill I recommend using Concentric because it looks wonderful on the front of the frame - rectilinear is too busy.

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This is fantastic. I was wondering whether you had thought about making a similar design for a classic Polaroid photograph. Would it be easy to alter this design's dimensions? I'm relatively new to 3D modeling and printing so any pointers would be greatly appreciated!

I have thought about it, yes! I don't think it'd be too hard. It was made in Sketchup. If you don't have a copy, you should grab one! It's pretty good. Adapting this could be a good project to get to know it with!

My favorite camera.... My Hello Kitty Instax Mini!! Thank you for creating this!

Aren't they the best?! Great little cameras. I'm working on another version of this frame which allows you to clip a bunch of them together. Hang the top one, then link others to it. Nearly done!