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    That's not a Compound shutter - I think it must be a Compur #2.

    Data for those are in the same thread that Björn linked to.
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    Oh, how do I get a lensboard for it then?! Does this mean I've gotta get someone to drill one for me?

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    Yep, either by someone who has the tools etc. or try it yourself. Finding a 60 or 65mm drill-bit is hard, so it's more a matter of cutting a hole which will accomodate the flange or shutter.
    Of course a mechanical workshop will make you a "perfect" hole at a cost.

    //Björn

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    I use a circular hole saw on a manual drill (very old, hand-cranked), and adjust the hole size with a file or knife depending on the material and how much trimming is needed. It takes a little bit of time, and not much effort.
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    my cuz said he can make me a lensboard no problem, the only thing is the lens has a thread to screw into the graphlex board that came with it. There's no retaining ring if i have a wooden board made.
    Last edited by Jarvman; 01-13-2009 at 05:02 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Cut a circle out of the board it is in and screw it to the front of your wooden board.

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