Custom Seamless Focus Gears
We now offer custom Focus Gears for all your lenses, from modern to vintage glass! These come with little M3 inset screws which you can tighten to make sure they don't slip.
Have a full set of lenses you want done? Send us a message for a small discount.
All you need to do is have a look at the guide below and let us know what the dimensions of your Focus Gears will be. Keep in mind that it's better to have them a little too tight, as you could always sand some material away to get that perfect snug fit. All dimensions to be supplied in Millimetres (e.g. 120.5mm).
The easiest way to get a snug fitment is to take a strip of paper, wrap it around the lens and mark the circumference. Then measure with an accurate ruler! From here via this link calculate your diameter and send it to us. We will confirm it through email and from there print your parts.
Please note that we are not responsible for any bad measurements or wrong information given to us. We are happy to help, so if you have a question or are unsure please let us know!
These focus gears are custom manufactured so please allow for 5-7 working days before shipment.
All of our 3D-printed parts are printed with recycled PLA material!
Depending on the colour, this can be between 70 and 98%.Although PLA is not 100% recycleable, it is a more sustainable and long-term solution for us Industry Professionals.
Unfortunately we see a lot of waste on a day-to-day basis, and our clips, clamps and adapters can be a way to move from single-use plastics to a long-term, more heavy-duty solution. E.g. Instead of a quick fix with a single-use zip-tie, make sure your equipment and cables are securely fastened in the first place! 😉 Using tape to quickly fix a cable to a stand? Why not use a re-useable clamp and save that single-use product? These are the problems we are trying to solve.
Want to read more? Please visit our About page to see where our material comes from.
We just want to put a small disclaimer out there that (although we strive for that picture-perfect finish every time) there might always be some small blemishes on 3D-printed parts. These are things that we always try to avoid, but sometimes happen as it is a manual process.