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Gadget Freak Case #244: Analog Camera Built From 3D Printed & Laser Cut Parts

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Charles Murray
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Re: Not exactly pocket-sized
Charles Murray   8/6/2013 6:42:00 PM
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Yes, Liz, judging by the size of the display and the button on the front, this camera must be pretty big.

Elizabeth M
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Not exactly pocket-sized
Elizabeth M   8/6/2013 1:05:10 PM
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Wow, that's really an impressive invention, but I must admit it looks a bit buiky! Still, as I have trouble putting together Ikea furniture, it's quite an achievement from yet another one of our clever readers.

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Does this one also take 15 hours to print out?
Ann R. Thryft   8/6/2013 12:12:42 PM
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Aha! Another one besides this one we already wrote about: http://www.designnews.com/author.asp?section_id=1386&doc_id=265687

I wonder how long it takes to print out parts for this one?

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