#3DPrinted Philips PCS130 and PCS2000 Enlarger Masks
Need a mask for your negative holder? rodsmith’s got you covered on thingiverse:
After leaving my photographic darkroom unused for several years, I decided to do some enlarging; however, I couldn’t find the plastic 6×6 medium format masks for my Philips PCS130 negative holder. I could find my 6×4.5 masks, so I used them as a model and created a 6×6 mask set using my 3D printer. For good measure, I looked up the sizes of various other film formats and plugged those values into the OpenSCAD file, then made some more refinements to the model.
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