Canon 814 or 1014 spare part wanted

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Canon 814 or 1014 spare part wanted

Post by Silverdream » Fri Jun 08, 2018 2:03 am

Is there anyone out there that has a Canon 814 or 1014 that's being wrecked for spares? The silent models.
I need one of the plastic gears that drives the frame and footage counter. This is from the model with the two circular dials.
Unfortunately mine has a broken tooth. I was thinking maybe I could fix the tooth but the dentists here are so darn expensive. :D
Alternatively, has anyone had success in repairing a gear? This one has quite fine teeth. The gear is 10mm diameter and 1 mm thick and the teeth are bevelled slightly.
Sure, Canon Super 8 camera lenses are great quality but the design and serviceability of the camera should have been a lot better. :(

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Re: Canon 814 or 1014 spare part wanted

Post by Silverdream » Sat Jun 09, 2018 4:16 pm

Maybe I'll have a go at making a new gear. Wonder if anyone has had success with moulding a fine tooth gear?
This Canon camera is way to complicatedly (big word here) designed! These bloody engineers should stick to drawing rockets!

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Re: Canon 814 or 1014 spare part wanted

Post by Silverdream » Sat Jul 07, 2018 4:36 pm

Since it seems no one has a scrap Canon 814 or 1014 available for parts I am thinking of scraping my Canon 1014.
If you need a part let me know which part you want and if I get enough different parts wanted I won't bother to repair my camera.

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Re: Canon 814 or 1014 spare part wanted

Post by Will2 » Wed Jul 11, 2018 4:37 pm

Silverdream wrote:
Sat Jun 09, 2018 4:16 pm
Maybe I'll have a go at making a new gear. Wonder if anyone has had success with moulding a fine tooth gear?
This Canon camera is way to complicatedly (big word here) designed! These bloody engineers should stick to drawing rockets!
Seems like that might be a good project for a 3D printer...

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Re: Canon 814 or 1014 spare part wanted

Post by Silverdream » Wed Jul 11, 2018 5:38 pm

Will2,
This is a very fine toothed plastic gear. It's 18mm diameter, 1mm thick, with 40 teeth of 1 mm tooth depth and helical cut.
One would need a very high resolution 3D printer I think. Was going to try epoxy casting but I've got my doubts about how long the gear would last.
Maybe I should try a clock parts supplier but I was hoping someone would have some junker 814 or 1014 camera out there.
Thanks for your suggestion though.

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Re: Canon 814 or 1014 spare part wanted

Post by VideoFred » Thu Jul 19, 2018 1:56 pm

Will2 wrote:
Wed Jul 11, 2018 4:37 pm
Seems like that might be a good project for a 3D printer...
Yes, I think Van Eck might be able to help here...
https://van-eck.net/index.php?lang=en&size=0

In Dutch, but a very nice example of 3d printing spare projector parts:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-m9m_U_Cb4

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