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Edelkrone Unveils a 3D-Printed Version of Its Best-Selling Tripod Head

Edelkrone’s Flextilt Head 2 is its best-selling tripod head. If you can’t afford the $149 it costs to get one, the company has just unveiled the Flextilt Head 3D, a cheaper option you can 3D print and assemble yourself.

The Flextilt Head 3D is part of Edelkrone’s new ORTAK line, which will feature 3D printable products that will put fully-functional, high-tech designs in customers hands at greatly reduced prices.

“With ORTAK method, products are manufactured by you and edelkrone together,” Edelkrone says.

The most critical parts of each design will still be manufactured by Edelkrone and shipped to you. These include things like CNC machined aluminum joints and electrical components. But for the rest of the product, you’ll be able to print those parts yourself and customize the design, form, and color for your exact needs.

The first ORTAK product is the Flextilt Head 3D. The CNC machined aluminum parts will cost you $29.

The rest of the parts are available as a downloaded 3D model available for download on the ORTAK page. There’s also a list of tested and approved 3D printers as well as some recommended print settings.

Finally, watch the assembly video or follow the PDF guide to combine the aluminum parts and your 3D printed parts into a working tripod head.

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