If one standard on your camera is in a fixed position, you could use the calculators some of the others have referered to to calculate the hyperfocal distance, then use the basic optical equation (1/f = 1/do + 1/di) to convert the hyperfocal distance to a image distance -- lens to film. For accuracy, focus the lens at infinity, then measure how many mm farther out the lens should be to focus on the hyperfocal distance.

If you have enough time, I find the technique of focusing on the desired near and far points, measuring the spread in position of the standard at the two focus points, resetting the focus to the mid-point and then setting the aperture according to the focus spread works very well. The method is explained at " How to select the f-stop" at http://www.largeformatphotography.info/fstop.html