Nick Brewer shared on Pinshape:
This is the PIX-E Gif Camera! My thought process was that I wanted to create a camera that recalled those days when disposable cameras were a thing. Anyone with intermediate making/printing/coding skills should be able to put this together pretty easily. Print out the three pieces and follow the instructions on Make Community Projects! https://community.makezine.com/share/nick-brewer/pix-e-gif-camera-323965 I’ve included the 123D Design file so feel free to modify the design to fit your needs. Print Settings Printer Brand: MakerBot Printer: MakerBot Replicator 2 Rafts: No Supports: No Resolution: .25 Infill: 10% Notes: I was printing this on a Replicator 2, but it was designed to fit most personal 3D printers.
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