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Well, thatís two things for the Dynax 9 3D Parts Replacement Service: the hot shoe cover and the eyepiece :-)

Is this kind of thing easy to do? Notwithstanding any IP rights, can you drop a part into a scanner and have copies replicated more or less instantly?

Iím curious enough to want to find out more, but here in Oxford the county library facility is closed during the pandemic, and the University service is for members only ...
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Originally posted by Howard_S Howard_S wrote:

Well, thatís two things for the Dynax 9 3D Parts Replacement Service: the hot shoe cover and the eyepiece :-)

Is this kind of thing easy to do? Notwithstanding any IP rights, can you drop a part into a scanner and have copies replicated more or less instantly?

Iím curious enough to want to find out more, but here in Oxford the county library facility is closed during the pandemic, and the University service is for members only ...


I haven't got the slightest idea about 3d printing , but if you ever figure it out and can get them printed , put me down for a few spares of each .
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This one could fit as it look square a100
Find someone that has a 3d printer that would to print it for you
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Originally posted by vitor vitor wrote:

This one could fit as it look square a100
Find someone that has a 3d printer that would to print it for you


Yes it does look like the inside would be square on that , so it should be a nice fit .
O.K , so what's this 3d printer and what ink does it use ?
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Originally posted by neilt3 neilt3 wrote:

Originally posted by vitor vitor wrote:

This one could fit as it look square a100
Find someone that has a 3d printer that would to print it for you


Yes it does look like the inside would be square on that , so it should be a nice fit .
O.K , so what's this 3d printer and what ink does it use ?


https://youtu.be/f4RGU2jXQiE

You can build your own printer if your interested in printing allot or doing other projects.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote neilt3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 October 2020 at 01:48
Originally posted by vitor vitor wrote:

Originally posted by neilt3 neilt3 wrote:

Originally posted by vitor vitor wrote:

This one could fit as it look square a100
Find someone that has a 3d printer that would to print it for you


Yes it does look like the inside would be square on that , so it should be a nice fit .
O.K , so what's this 3d printer and what ink does it use ?


https://youtu.be/f4RGU2jXQiE

You can build your own printer if your interested in printing allot or doing other projects.


I've seen 3d printers in action but never used one .
I can see where I could make good use of one for lens adapters and making my own large format and medium format cameras and so on .
the part I would find difficult is the computer side of things , designing and what ever else is required before pressing the print button .

Something that's already been designed I would imagine is fairly simple to print .

I did look at 3d printers a few years back , but they were too expensive then for the amount of use I would get out of it . I'm still quite handy at making things out of wood or metal ( or the plastic equivalents ) so have less of a need as I still have other options for some things .

I'll have to have another look at them as I imagine prices have come down some since I last looked .
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Post Options Post Options   Quote neilt3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 October 2020 at 11:22
Originally posted by vitor vitor wrote:

This one could fit as it look square a100
Find someone that has a 3d printer that would to print it for you



I've just had a look on Amazon and was extremely supprised !

The last time I looked at 3d printers they cost upwards of £1000 .

Now I see one that does a 10cm cube for £89 and ones that do up to 20cm cubed from around £200 .

I think the largest thing I might have use to print are lens boards for one of my large format cameras whose boards are 141mm , so I think it's time to have another look at them .

First things to look how they work on the software side , designing an item from scratch etc .
see my photostream on flickr;
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