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You'll need : - 12 3mm magnet cube - 1 piece of mirror 1.5mm thick (file can be adapted for other thickness) - 1 clear translucent plastic or a thin sanded glass to cut - 5 M3 square nuts - 4 M3 nuts - 2 M3 bearings - 2 M3X10 Screw - 2 M3 Screw (X10 or X16)Print All parts :Body : 1h25TopSuppMirrorMirrorActuator : 45mnNikonRing : 40mnCut a mirror a the right size.Cut a piece of clear translucid plastic at the right size.1- Set in place all the magnets, beggin with the SuppMirror then do the Body and Top. For the SuppMirror and the top you'll have to push them a bit, i used a pliers for the Top. Always check the magnet polarity before you install them ! The MirrorSupp should be attracted by the Body with the mirror on the top. If you get the magnet polarity wrong you're in trouble, they're a pain to recover.2- Prepare the bearings, block them with an M3X10 screw and a nut. Then plug them in the SuppMirror, screw head oriented towards the inside. [Note : The SuppMirror bridge may crack sometimes, don't worry, it's not a big deal.]3- Put the square nuts in place inthe holes around the lens mount space. Push them in the bottom then block them with a bit of Patafix [Blue-tac] or Sugru.4- Glue the mirror on the SuppMirror.5- Set the MirrorActuator in place through the Top, then put the MirrorSupp in. The MirrorActuator should bend a bit, bend it to place the MirrorSupp screw through the holes of the actuator, then put the nuts and screw them to keep them in place.6- Everithing should be ok now, put the Top on the Body and screw them together like for the others parts. The Cover isn't perfect yet so you'll have to push a bit to set it in the right place. ;)7- To finish put the viewing screen in place (the clear translucent plastic), it should fit in the hole of the Cover, fix it in place with a bit of glue, Sugru or Blue-tac.8- You can now fix you favorite MountRing and screw it in front of the viewfinder to allow you to mount your lens.All done ! The mirror should go up and down when using the actuator. (not perfect yet but it's working)Note : Sometimes when being a bit rough, the mirror will flip on its axis. You can put it back into place by brutalizing it a bit (not to hard) or just by removing the lens and turning it by hand.




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Let's start with my school (before than the director of Studies find this Instructable and yells on me) ! So Thanks to the ESADSE [ Superior School of Art and Design of Saint-Etienne (France) ] that trust me and support me on this project and allow me to bring it where this work on my studies time ! And also for their equipment, and their financial help. :) While we're on the school thanks to my friends of the student associations Le_Garage [website just been hacked...] and also to the RandomLab which help me on this project. Thanks to Yuki Suzuki who generously lent me one of his AP-Lens from the Japan. And Thanks to La Fabrique d'Objets Libre [Lyon FabLab] for let me access to their tools. Now the credits from things i use : This spool [GNU-GPL] have been remake for my ShutterWheel, and... it's all. I got some Arduino codes but i'll upload the electronics tests later. Some software credits now : 95% of the 3D are made in the Open-source software Blender. The rest have been made with OpenScad. And 2D files have been made on Inkscape and OpenScad then cleaned in LibreCad. And I use MakerWare for slice my mesh for 3D printer. (I know... it's the only not open-source...) And finish by YOU : Thanks for reading, hope you like it and this gonna be useful ! :)


Hey, just wanted to ask again. Can you share the shutter .svg file? And, what is this piece? It isnt explained in any description. Is it made out of PET as well? I would appreciate any help. I am almost done building one. Link to piece:


Hi, sorry, I was very busy and forgot your message. For the black PET sheet, i get it from this kind of furniture : And for the missing file I just upload it [back-shutter.svg]. (I cut mine with only scissors and no shape, I never try this file)


Great project! I am unable to find a Black PET 0.3mm sheet [plastic spacer]. Can someone recommend a place where I can order one? Also, I do not see the Shutter.svg file, could you possibly post it? I'm assuming the cutting of this was done by a laser cutter, right? Also, what is piece in The Back section right above the screws made out of and how is it made? Thanks!!!


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Nevertheless, RARs and SARs can be differentiated by comparing their individual mechanical activation profiles, mechanical adaptation properties, central termination patterns and the reflexes that each precipitate (Table 1). Thus, RARs may be activated during both inflation and deflation of the lungs (including lung collapse) [9, 17]. SARs, on the other hand, display activity during tidal inspirations, peaking just prior to the initiation of expiration [9, 16]. As their names suggest, RARs display rapid adaptation (i.e., a rapid reduction in the number of action potentials) during sustained lung inflations, whereas SARs adapt slowly to this stimulus [9, 17]. It is important to note, however, that this rapid adaptation shown by RARs during sustained lung inflations is unlikely an electrophysiological property of the nerve terminal but rather relates to the nature of the stimulus. RARs typically adapt slowly to other types of mechanical stimuli, including dynamic lung inflations, bronchospasm and lung collapse [12, 19]. Finally, activation of RARs evokes tachypnea and airway smooth muscle constriction, whereas SARs are likely the primary afferent fibers involved in the Hering-Breuer reflex, which terminates inspiration and initiates expiration when the lungs are adequately inflated [16, 17]. SAR activation also inhibits cholinergic drive to the airway smooth muscle, resulting in a reduction in airway tone [8]. The different reflexes that are evoked by these afferent nerve subtypes likely reflect the distinct brainstem neurons innervated by RARs and SARs [reviewed in 22].


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