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3D Printed Pinhole 35 mm

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3D Printed Pinhole 35 mm by cirion Nov 5, 2014

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Appareil photo sténopé à imprimer


Assemblage de onze pièces imprimées en 3D, de quelques vis, d'un morceau de canette de soda et d'une pellicule photo 35 mm, le sténopé 3dPrintedPinhole35mm est extrêmement facile à fabriquer et à utiliser.


Vous trouverez tous les fichiers nécessaires pour avoir le votre !


Pinhole photo camera to print


An assembly of eleven 3D printed pieces, a few screws, a piece of a regular soda can as well as a 35mm photo film. The3dPrintedPinhole 35mm is highly easy to manufacture and use.


You will find all the necessary files to make and have your own !

Instructions

En français :


Matériel nécessaire :


  • Un foret 4 mm et une perceuse
  • Un morceau de papier de verre
  • Un tournevis cruciforme
  • 4 boulons + écrous, têtes 6 pans, 4x40 mm
  • 4 vis autoforantes, cruciformes, 2x12 mm
  • Une aiguille à coudre
  • Une cannette de soda

    Instructions :


  • Imprimez toutes les pièces en PLA noir avec une coque d’une épaisseur de 2 mm minimum et un remplissage de 30%,

    (Boitier, dos, bobine avec support, bouton gauche, bouton droit, 2 languettes, 3 pièces de l’obturateur, clé)


  • Contre-percez les quatre trous de 4 mm de diamètre et insérez les quatre boulons,
  • Poncez les deux trous de manière à y glisser parfaitement les boutons,
  • Glissez les languettes,
  • Fabriquez un trou de 0,25 mm de diamètre (!!!) avec une aiguille dans un morceau d’aluminium d’une cannette de soda, contrôlez à la loupe,
  • Commencez à visser les trois pièces de l’obturateur avec les quatre vis autoforantes,
  • Placez le trou d’aiguille entre l’obturateur et le boitier, et vissez fermement,
  • Fermez le dos de l’appareil,
  • Vissez les écrous avec la clé,

    L’appareil est prêt à recevoir sa première pellicule.


    (voir la notice d'utilisation)


    In English:


    Necessary equipment:


  • a 4 mm drill bit and a drill machine
  • a piece glass paper (or sandpaper)
  • a cross-head screwdriver
  • 4 bolts+ nuts, hex heads, 4x40 mm
  • 4 self-drilling screws, cross-heads, 2x12 mm
  • a sewing needle
  • a soda can

    Instructions :



  • Print all the needed pieces in black PLA with a shell no less than 2mm minimum and a 30% filling,

    (case, back, reel with support, left side button, right side button, 2 strips, 3 parts of the shutter (obturator) , key),


  • Counter-pierce four holes of 4mm diameter and insert the four bolts,
  • Sandpaper both holes in order to perfectly slip the buttons,
  • Slide the strips,
  • Make a 0,25mm diameter hole using a needle on an aluminum piece from a soda can, verify using a magnifying glass,
  • Begin screwing the 3 shutter (obturator) pieces with the four self-drilling screws,
  • Place the needle pierced hole between the shutter (obturator) and the case, and screw firmly,
  • Close the back of the camera,
  • Tighten by screwing the nuts with the key,

    The camera will be ready for its first film.


    (see the user guide)


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Hi / Bonjour;

I've printed almost everything but the reel. Do you have a version of it that doesn't require support ? the stl you provide does require support despite being named "reel_without_support"

merci ;)

Thank you very much for making this awesome camera :)

Nice job on this, and the User's Guide is brilliant!

Thank you very much ! Coming from you, that's a big compliment :)
Good job too!
Soon the first color film ...

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