So, I was looking for a Snoot for my underwaterflash, a Sea&Sea YS-D1. Started with the usual research on the Internet and checked the different Sites. The price ranged between 130€ up to over 400€. That wasn’t quite the Price, I wanted to pay for a piece of plastic for toying around.
I came across an alternative that got my attention. I found a 3D Model of a Snoot for my flash on www.warmungo.de. Now, you’ve got the Data but no 3D-Printer….no Problem, if you are up for a Experiment..:)
Goggled again, I found a site, where other people close to your Loction with a 3D-Printer, offer their Service, to print out your stuff.
Found someone, 15 Minutes away from me. Sent him the Data and he was willed to do the Job. Cost me just 20€ and the outcome was just amazing. He was even ok, to do it on a Sunday.
The site, I was ordering was www.3dhubs.com.
IMHO, that’s a pretty cool future and somehow a smack in the eye for the Industry.
Look what just came in!!! My first Calendar with underwaterpictures. I called it Blacklight, when you have a look at the pictures, you’ll understand, why. 😉
Comes in DIN A3 with pictures from January 2017 to December 2017.
Whats the price?
25€ + 4,50€ shipping to Germany
for other countries please ask for shipping costs.
Interested or any questions? Write me an e-mail or contact me over Facebook. 🙂
Marcel has been to: Austria, Canada, Croatia, Curacao, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italy, Jordan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Philippines, Qatar, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States.
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9. Share your experience with others.
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