Designs by jnatzic

For Project: Open Air Photo Booth

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#10 Photo Booth_5 by jnatzic
This design is basically the same as my last upload but I designed the base to fold down so it can fit in the trunk of a car easily. There are access doors in the rear of both the printer box and the main box, though they cannot be seen in this rendering.
Jan 30, 2014 19:36
#9 Photo Booth_4 by jnatzic
I changed the design a bit by adding two rails on the back that the printer unit and the main unit can slide up and down on. This allows for infinite height adjustment and the units can slide all the way down to form a hand truck for transportation. I may add a hinge device on the rails so they can fold down to easily fit into a car trunk.
Jan 29, 2014 0:47
#6 Photo Booth_3 by jnatzic
I made a separate unit to house the printer which should lower the center of gravity significantly. The poles have a slot in them which will keep the unit from spinning. The base, camera unit and printer box will interlock and they can be bungee corded to the base, which has wheels on it. One of the poles can be put into the top of the printer box so it can be rolled like a hand-truck.
Jan 26, 2014 3:05
#5 Photo Booth_2 by jnatzic
This is in 4 separate pieces. The base, two poles and the main unit. The main part is 20inx20inx30in and it contains all of the internal components.
Jan 25, 2014 19:53
#2 Photo Booth_1 by jnatzic
This is just a prototype. The Camera and Ipad are on the front and the Printer and second screen are on the side. The base folds and retracts up into the main unit.
Jan 25, 2014 0:20




Sat, 25 Jan 2014 20:13:05 +0000
Thanks for the feedback, I will think of a way to fix those problems and come up with some revisions over the next few days. I'll also figure out a way to incorporate wheels into the design.



Sat, 25 Jan 2014 20:07:36 +0000
Hi There,
Thanks for the revision. I appreciate you making it smaller, problem is, at 20x20x30 and a minimum of 35-50 lbs, it will be a beast to carry. Half of my employees are female, I don't think I could ask them to carry it. My other concern is that at 35-50 lbs, the entire unit would be easily knocked over. My current set-up is similar and the issue we run into is that by having the box on top of the pole, when it's touched, it tends to spin, affecting the angle we set the camera to. Any thoughts on how to solve those issues?



Sat, 25 Jan 2014 01:47:15 +0000
HI jnatzic,
I like where you are headed with this. Since the ring flash is 10in in diameter, I'd like to see a similar design but with the main unit significantly smaller. My question for you is, how exactly would the base fold and retract into the main unit? Also, how do you envision the main unit be transported?