Main parts list - http://www.instructables.com/id/Kinograph-v01-DIY-Film-Scanner/ with that list we used most everything with the exception of only needing 1 gear motor instead of 2 and we used a different LED
Things we added
4 - 3” pieces - 1/4 inch threaded rod (same threaded rod as the rest of the build)
Step motor – 28BYJ-48 (amazon, ebay, and many other online retailers have these)
An extra 0-30V variable power supply – we ordered the same one we had. Just buy 2 instead of the 1 that is listed in the instructables parts list. Here’s the model (9616PS) of the ones we ordered.
An extra Arduino Uno to control the step motor
Arduino Motor Shield (not necessary, but makes for easier and less messy setup)
Extra roller switches (2 total with the initial instructable list, we ordered even more extras since they are cheap and the actuations are bound to wear out eventually)
Higher powered 250 lumen LED (again we ordered a couple of extra ones for backup since they were cheap)
Box Fan Delta AFB0812L
L bracket small 1.5” can be found at home depot or lowes, etc
L bracket large 4” for the rotated camera mount
Camera mounting plate
On/off switch to control the step motor
Springs – we bought a 200 piece set from harbor freight for $5. Any variation of springs would work, just have to try them out. I ended up using the spring sized 11/32” x 1 27.32”
Felt and an arm to apply pressure to the film on the gate. We used a piece from an old vhs like cartridge that was broken. You can most likely rig something similar or use a cassette tape part, since they have similar metal arms with felt attached.
New 3-D Roller
The rest of the parts came from our old broken film projector which will need to be sourced out or replaced by either 3D printed rollers or the original kinograph plans
Rollers – smooth and sprocketed
Roller arms – metal pieces that extended the rollers – we used these as our dancer arms with the springs attached.
The PDF has links to the parts we used.
Movie Machine New parts list.pdf (68.7 KB)